Weapons or mating signals? Claw shape and mate choice in a fiddler crab
Males often possess traits, such as horns, claws, and tusks, which are used during male-male combat. Studies suggest that selection has fine tuned these weapons to improve their effectiveness and that the shape of these weapons provides cues for males to
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