Dive-bombing hummingbirds add a twist to impress mates Dive-bombing hummingbirds add a twist to impress mates, Published online: 12 April 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-04487-5 Male hummingbirds increase
Male brown widow spiders stubbornly court the oldest females they can find, though younger females are more fertile and far less dangerous. HowStuffWorks – Learn
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Unlike many other species, male hunting spiders do not use chemical signals such as sex pheromones to attract a mate. Instead, they make their mark
Ants care for their sick nestmates in different ways, depending on their own immune status. When they themselves are susceptible to dangerous superinfections, they use
Ants care for their sick nest mates in different ways, depending on their own immune status. When they themselves are susceptible to dangerous superinfections, they
Male cockroaches can sense the spatial distribution of female pheromones to locate a mate, according to researchers from Hokkaido University and the University of Konstanz.
When male animals compete over mates, it’s often a showy affair: think of elk tangling antlers or tom turkeys strutting and gobbling. But for a