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Anthropogenic noise disrupts mate choice behaviors in female Gryllus bimaculatus
By assessing the sexual signals produced by conspecifics, individuals can make informed decisions on the best choice of mate, which can lead to reproductive fitness benefits. However, these communication systems are often vulnerable to disruption by conflicting with stimuli present in the environment. Anthropogenic noise may act as one such disruptive stimulus, leading to inefficient mate choice decisions and, thus, reductions to an animal's fitness. In this study, the mate choice behaviors ofdoi:10.1093/beheco/araa124 fatcat:5qmeaq2pz5gzzbqdxzulrjhy3u