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Bowerbirds make up the bird family Ptilonorhynchidae. They are renowned for their unique ... Bowers within a species share a general form but do show significant ... Inspired by their seemingly extreme courtship rituals, Charles Darwin ...

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ly sculptured structure of a bower and a male's use of brightly colored decora? tions suggested to Darwin that female bowerbirds might shop for the most at?

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Flowers are a common decoration used on the bowers of male satin bowerbirds. ... Darwin C. The Descent of Man and Sexual Selection in Relation to Sex, John ...

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Male bowerbirds create and decorate a structure called a bower which serves ... Darwin and Diamond, first suggested that an aesthetic sense underlies sexual ...

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The tunnel-shaped bowers are built from grass and sticks. They normally line up in a north-south direction. They are usually built underneath a large shrub, ...

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In most animal species, Darwin noted, females do the choosing—basing their ... and these males build decorative bowers, they make excellent species for ...

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Charles Darwin scratched his head over the purpose of bowers, the carefully tended sex dens of the bowerbird. But few scientists had conducted studies of ...

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Activities · UCL Research World Map. › More search options. Dr Kate Bowers. Darwin Building. Gower Street. London. WC1E 6BT. katherine.bowers@ucl.ac.uk .

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Feb 24, 2010 ... Osamu Mikami of Rikkyo University in Tokyo, Japan, and colleagues studied 23 bowers on a farm near Darwin in Australia's Northern Territory.