Female preferences for single and combined traits in computer animated stickleback males

@inproceedings{Knzler2001FemalePF,
  title={Female preferences for single and combined traits in computer animated stickleback males},
  author={Reto K{\"u}nzler and Theo C. M. Bakker},
  year={2001}
}
In many animal species, males have more than one secondary sexual character. Apart from theoretical considerations about the evolution of multiple traits, there are almost no empirical studies on female mate choice decisions based on combinations of traits as opposed to decisions based on single traits. Because three-spined sticklebacks are exceptionally well suited to be tested with computer animation technique, which itself fills the gap of adequate test paradigms for multiple traits, we… CONTINUE READING

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