MATING IN THE ABSENCE OF VISUAL CUES BY SCHIZOCOSA OCREATA (HENTZ 1844) WOLF SPIDERS (ARANEAE, LYCOSIDAE)

@inproceedings{Taylor2006MATINGIT,
  title={MATING IN THE ABSENCE OF VISUAL CUES BY SCHIZOCOSA OCREATA (HENTZ 1844) WOLF SPIDERS (ARANEAE, LYCOSIDAE)},
  author={P. Taylor and J. A. Roberts and G. Uetz},
  year={2006}
}
  • P. Taylor, J. A. Roberts, G. Uetz
  • Published 2006
  • Biology
  • Abstract Male Schizocosa ocreata (Hentz 1844) wolf spiders court females with multi-modal displays that include both seismic and visual components. The seismic components are thought to be ancestral whereas the visual components are thought to have been more recently derived. We here present evidence that, despite the evolution of elaborate visual display components in males, female S. ocreata remain able to derive sufficient information about males through the seismic display components alone… CONTINUE READING
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