Phenotypic variation and covariation indicate high evolvability of acoustic communication in crickets.


Studying the genetic architecture of sexual traits provides insight into the rate and direction at which traits can respond to selection. Traits associated with few loci and limited genetic and phenotypic constraints tend to evolve at high rates typically observed for secondary sexual characters. Here, we examined the genetic architecture of song traits and… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/jeb.12686


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