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Flirting with flycatchers

Henry Gee discovers that choosing a mate is no simple matter, even for the carefree collared flycatcher.

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  1. Qvarnström,A., Pärt, T. & Sheldon, B. C. Adaptive plasticity in mate preference linked to differences in reproductive effort. Nature 405, 344 - 347 2000.

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Gee, H. Flirting with flycatchers. Nature (2000). https://doi.org/10.1038/news000518-10

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