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000028974 100__ $$aSoares, Marta C.$$uSchool of Biological Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom
000028974 245__ $$9eng$$aThe cleaning goby mutualism: a system without punishment, partner switching or tactile stimulation
000028974 269__ $$c2008
000028974 520__ $$9eng$$aIn the cleanerfish–client mutualism involving the Indo-Pacific cleaner wrasse <i>Labroides dimidiatus</i> and its reef fish clients, mechanisms such as ‘tactile stimulation’, partner switching and punishment are used by clients to control cheating by cleaners. We sought to establish whether these behaviours are general features of cleaning mutualisms by examining their presence in interactions between Caribbean cleaning gobies (<i>Elacatinus</i> spp.) and their clients. The cleaning goby–client mutualism bears several similarities to the cleaner wrasse system: clients visit cleaners frequently to have their ectoparasites removed while cleaners depend heavily on these visits for food, and cheating by cleaning gobies is also prevalent. However, our data revealed striking differences between the two cleanerfish systems: clients did not seem to attempt to control cheating by cleaning gobies and cleaning gobies did not perform tactile stimulation on their clients. We suggest three hypotheses that might explain these major differences between both systems, based on differences in mutual dependence between cleaners and clients or cognitive ability of cleaners, differences in costs of being cheated and differences in foraging preferences by cleaners. Interactions between <i>L. dimidiatus</i> and its clients should probably not be seen as the ‘standard’ marine fish cleaning mutualism.
000028974 695__ $$9eng$$acleaning goby mutualism ; <i>Elacatinus</i> spp. ; cheating ; partner choice ; partner switching ; punishment ; tactile stimulation
000028974 700__ $$aCôté, Isabelle M.$$uDepartment of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
000028974 700__ $$aCardoso, S.C.$$uSchool of Biological Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom
000028974 700__ $$aBshary, Redouan$$uLaboratoire d'éco-éthologie, Institut de Biologie, Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland
000028974 773__ $$cVolff, Jean-Nicolas$$dWiley$$g2008/276/3/306-312$$tJournal of Zoology
000028974 775__ $$gPublished Version$$ohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1469-7998.2008.00489.x
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000028974 918__ $$aFaculté des sciences$$bRue Emile-Argand 11, 2007 Neuchâtel$$cInstitut de biologie
000028974 919__ $$aUniversité de Neuchâtel$$bNeuchâtel$$ddoc.support@rero.ch
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