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Taste overshadows less salient cues to elicit food aversion in endangered marsupial

By Ella Kelly, Ben L. Phillips, Jonathan K. Webb

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Conditioned taste aversion is an emerging conservation tool that can be used to limit inter-species conflict, for example decreasing predation on endangered species, or limiting the consumption of invasive toxic prey. Typically, managers wish to elicit an aversion that will be associated with...

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  1. Conditioning
  2. Conservation
  3. Invasive species
  4. Marsupials
  5. Toads