Results for paternity assignment to individual males and male groups. There are also specific periods of development, known as sensitive windows, during which phenotypes can be strongly influenced by the environment. Table 2 Hypotheses to explain the benefits of the use of complex cues and their underlying assumptions Full size table.
New York: Cambridge University Press. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Cue components — The elements of a complex cue. Conversely, removal of the ability to detect CHCs in Gryllodes sigillatus increases the time taken for females to mount males Ryan and Sakaluk
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For example, if a female first processes one cue component which indicates that a nearby male is likely to be a heterospecific, there would be little benefit to processing additional components to determine the quality of the male. This allows more effective use of all data available to test hypotheses concerning the prevalent mating pattern.
Gordon SD, Uetz GW Multimodal communication of wolf spiders on different substrates: evidence for behavioural plasticity. However, there has been no concomitant increase in the attractiveness of cuticular hydrocarbons, suggesting that the reduced ability to attract females via acoustic cues is not compensated through other sensory modalities Gray et al.
Kerth G, Morf L Behavioural and genetic data suggest that Bechstein's bats predominantly mate outside the breeding habitat.