Sexual selection in the ring-necked pheasant: a review

@article{Mateos1998SexualSI,
  title={Sexual selection in the ring-necked pheasant: a review},
  author={C. Mateos},
  journal={Ethology Ecology & Evolution},
  year={1998},
  volume={10},
  pages={313-332}
}
  • C. Mateos
  • Published 1998
  • Biology
  • Ethology Ecology & Evolution
The common pheasant, Phasianus colchicus, is now considered a classic example of the difficulty of establishing a clear distinction between inter- and intrasexual selection since a role for male spurs as cues used by females in mate choice has been reported. Field and experimental studies on sexual selection in the ring-necked pheasant show that the dimorphic morphological (and behavioural) male traits have a dual function according to the armament-ornament model. They are weapons or reliable… Expand
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