Mate choice in tree crickets and their kin.

@article{Brown1999MateCI,
  title={Mate choice in tree crickets and their kin.},
  author={William D. Brown},
  journal={Annual review of entomology},
  year={1999},
  volume={44},
  pages={371-96}
}
Mate choice theory has become a major field of research in behavioral ecology. Tree crickets provide excellent opportunities for studying the diversity and variability of mate choice. The evidence for female mate choice in tree crickets is reviewed, and broad comparisons with other orthopteran groups are made. The evidence shows that female choice may occur during several different stages of mating and may target several different criteria. Song preferences are perhaps dominated by stabilizing… CONTINUE READING
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