Causes of variability in male vibratory signals and the role of female choice in Mantophasmatodea

@article{Eberhard2019CausesOV,
  title={Causes of variability in male vibratory signals and the role of female choice in Mantophasmatodea},
  author={M. Eberhard and Dennis Metze and Simon C. K{\"u}pper},
  journal={Behavioural Processes},
  year={2019},
  volume={166}
}
Communication systems that involve substrate vibrations are increasingly a focus of research since this communication mode - recently termed biotremology - has been found to be remarkably widespread in the animal kingdom. Vibrational signals are often used during courtship and therefore underlie both natural and sexual selection. Mantophasmatodea use species- and sex-specific substrate vibrational signals during courtship. We explored whether male vibrational signals of the South African… Expand
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