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siamese fighting fish buy
Laterality of aggression in male Siamese fighting fish has been described in a few stories, yet very little is known about lateralization of aggression during reproduction and/or parental care in fish. Here, we aimed to verify the dating between the alternative reproductive phases and lateralization in eye use during aggressive interactions in males of Siamese combating fish. Lateralization in eye use is stimulated during the early reproductive state, before and after the bubble nest building stages. We found that nest keeping males preferentially used the right eye before and after bubble nest construction impartial of the sex of the intruder. During the later reproductive phases, aggressiveness higher whereby the course of lateralization as opposed to the degree was influenced helping the speculation that reproductive state influences behavioral consistency in Siamese fighting fish. Siamese combating fish were trained to emit an operant response that was bolstered by the opportunity to view a motion image film image of another fish.