Dishonest signalling of fighting ability and multiple performance traits in the fiddler crab Uca mjoebergi
1. Signals used during male combat are expected to be honest indicators of fighting ability. However, recent studies show that dishonesty in male signalling is more prevalent than previously believed. 2. Here we show that regenerated (leptochelous) claws
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