Sexual selection in amphibians involves sexual selection processes in
amphibians, including ... Female choice is the final step in the males attempt to
reproduce; if the female does not find the mal...
For many species of frogs, a male's mating call is the most well-recognized
method of attracting females. However, a simple chirp here and there is not
Male frogs sing by taking a deep breath, then closing their nostrils and mouth. Air
flows over ... Why do animals have these strange behaviours to attract a mate?
Jan 23, 2014 ... "The frogs call as conspicuously as they can to get mates," Page explains. ... "
When they see approaching bats, the first thing they do is stop ...
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Aug 9, 2013 ... Anne Milligan recorded these very loud attempts by hundreds upon hundreds of
male tree frogs to attract mates with their particular calls.
Aug 27, 2015 ... For the female túngara frog, a low-pitched, fast-singing male is music to her ears.
... Their songs, meant to attract females, can sometimes unwittingly catch the ... (
Also see "New Frog Mates Doing Handstands, Does “Pottery.””.
One of the questions we need to ask is "Cane toad sex - who does what to who?"
... Males tend to hang around the breeding ponds, calling to attract females.
In general terms, a frog needs to own its own territory in order to attract a mate.
Male frogs do tend to go to huge efforts to make sure their territory is defined and
... ("tailless"). Here is the family tree that shows how the frog and toad families are
grouped. ... Why do frogs jump? ... They croak to attract female frogs for breeding,
and to warn away other male frogs from their territory. Female ... They'll attempt to
mate with anything that moves, including other males and floating...
At sunset, groups of up to 150 male frogs gather in ponds. ... But how can a
female frog tell whether a weak bark is coming from a wimpy mate that's close ...
than one frog alone that could attract more females than one individual frog,
benefiting each male. Her first paper on the subject only proved that the frogs do
cluster into ...