Simulation of alternative male reproductive behavior: calling and satellite behavior in field crickets

@inproceedings{Rowell1993SimulationOA,
  title={Simulation of alternative male reproductive behavior: calling and satellite behavior in field crickets},
  author={Gareth A. Rowell and William Henry Cade},
  year={1993}
}
Rowell, G.A. and Cade, W.H., 1993. Simulation of alternative male reproductive behavior: calling and satellite behavior in field crickets. Ecol. Modelling, 65: 265-280. Male field crickets and other acoustically communicating insects call and attract females and silently intercept females attracted by the calling of other males, so-called satellite behavior. A simulation of field cricket, Gryllus integer, mating behavior suggests that population density and sex ratio changes during the breeding… CONTINUE READING
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