Data from: Dragonflies use underdamped pursuit to chase conspecifics

Amanda C. Lohmann, Aaron J. Corcoran & Tyson L. Hedrick
Pursuit is a common behavior exhibited by animals chasing prey, competitors, and potential mates. Because of their speed and maneuverability, dragonflies are frequently studied as a model system for biological pursuit. Most quantitative studies have focused on prey pursuits in captive environments. To determine whether a different pursuit strategy is used when chasing conspecifics of nearly equal speed and agility, we recorded 3D flight trajectories from nine territorial chases between male Erythemis simplicicollis dragonflies in...
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