Sexual selection in birds concerns how birds have evolved a variety of mating
behaviors, with the peacock tail being perhaps the most famous example of
sexual selection and the Fisherian runaway. Co...
Many parrot species are brightly colored. Scientists believe that the birds' bright
colors are the result of sexual selection. Feather colors are produced by ...
Males are more colorful or ornamented than females in most, but not all, bird ...
dichromatism) result largely from female preference for bright colors in males.
The plant and animal kingdoms abound with bright colors, from the lush green of
... has shown that its colors are related to the bird's diet and the pigments it eats.
... The real advantage to these stacks of pigment cells lies in their potential to ...
interpreted bright colors as serving three functions: to draw the attention of ...
evolved because of the advantage of being conspicuous in conditions under whir
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The disadvantage to this ... insects to them with bright colorful flowers and scents
that are attractive to ... Some bird-pollinated flowers are not red, for instance.
Apr 8, 2015 ... In many bird species, males sport bright colors and sometimes long feathers, as
part of attracting a female. Meanwhile, females of the same ...
Jan 14, 2016 ... If male guppies use bright colors to attract mates, why are there still lots of ... why
are there any drab guppies if it's such advantage to have all this flash? ... to be
flashy and attract predators, no matter if you're a guppy or a bird.
Mar 30, 2015 ... New research revealed that the evolution of the color of the plumage of birds is
more affected by natural selection than sexual selection.
Bright green is the color of the astrological sign “Cancer. .... Its natural aroma and
widely acclaimed health benefits make green tea appealing to both the tea ...