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In many insects, males transfer nuptial gifts to females prior to, during, or after copulation. Nuptial gifts comprise any form… Expand Estimating the fitness surface of rapidly evolving secondary sexual traits can elucidate the origins of sexual isolation and thus… Expand Daily activity times and circadian rhythms of crickets have been a subject of behavioral and physiological study for decades… Expand In many organisms, mating behavior occurs at a particular time of day, which may be important for avoiding mate competition or… Expand The evolution of novel sexual communication systems is integral to the process of speciation, as it discourages gene flow between… Expand Sexual selection is a powerful evolutionary force shaping mate choice phenotypes, initiating phenotypic shifts resulting in (or… Expand The Hawaiian cricket genus Laupala (Gryllidae: Trigonidiinae) has undergone rapid and extensive speciation, with divergence in… Expand The genetic coupling hypothesis of signal-preference evolution, whereby the same genes control male signal and female preference… Expand Cryptic species are often hypothesized on the basis of differences in courtship signals. These signal differences suggest that… Expand Abstract. Female mating behavior plays a fundamental role in the divergent evolution of mate recognition systems that may lead to… Expand