Interspecific attractiveness of structures built by courting male fiddler crabs: experimental evidence of a sensory trap
Male fiddler crabs Uca musica sometimes build sand hoods and male Uca beebei sometimes build mud pillars next to their burrows to which they attract females for mating. Mate-searching females preferentially approach these structures and subsequently mate
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