Female preferences for long tails constrained by species recognition in short-tailed red bishops
Sexual selection and species recognition both play important roles in mate choice. Typically, females use the relative expression of male sexual traits to select high-quality or attractive mates (sexual selection) of the same species (species recognition)
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