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Editor's evaluation: Parasite defensive limb movements enhance acoustic signal attraction in male little torrent frogs
Many animals rely on complex signals that target multiple senses to attract mates and repel rivals. These multimodal displays can however also attract unintended receivers, which can be an important driver of signal complexity. Despite being taxonomically widespread, we often lack insight into how multimodal signals evolve from unimodal signals and in particular what roles unintended eavesdroppers play. Here, we assess whether the physical movements of parasite defense behavior increase thedoi:10.7554/elife.76083.sa0 fatcat:xli6flovdbgkda3yqsnk6lcmvm