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Terrestrial Origins and Evolution
Type I midshipman males, center, build and defend nests under rocky shelters and vocalize to court females, right, with a call known as a "hum." Smaller type II "sneaker" males, left, do not vocalize to court females, but rather try to sneak into the nest and steal fertilizations from type I males.
Credit: Cornell University
01/14/09

 



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