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Diet-Mediated Pheromones and Signature Mixtures Can Enforce Signal Reliability
Diet is arguably the most significant environmental factor shaping chemical signals in animals. In rare cases, dietary components are converted directly into pheromones or signature mixtures but moreExpand
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Artificial light at night alters life history in a nocturnal orb-web spider
The prevalence of artificial light at night (ALAN) is increasing rapidly around the world. The potential physiological costs of this night lighting are often evident in life history shifts. WeExpand
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The potential role of web-based putrescine as a prey-attracting allomone
The use of prey-attracting allomones is likely to be an effective foraging strategy for sit-and-wait predators. Despite this, the production and efficacy of such allomones have rarely beenExpand
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Diet influences female signal reliability for male mate choice
Pheromones, arguably the most ubiquitous mode of animal communication, are determined by both genetic and environmental factors. Recent evidence suggests that diet may be an important determinant ofExpand
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Pheromones-based sexual selection in a rapidly changing world.
Insects utilise chemical cues for a range of different purposes and the complexity and degree of specificity of these signals is arguably unparalleled in the animal kingdom. Chemical signals areExpand
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Variation in the web-based chemical cues of Argiope keyserlingi.
Pheromones are chemical compounds used to transmit information between individuals of the same species. Pheromone composition is influenced by both genetic and environmental factors. NumerousExpand
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