Data from: Pale by comparison: competitive interactions between signalling female glow-worms

Anna-Maria Borshagovski, Gautier Baudry, Juhani Hopkins & Arja Kaitala
When individuals differ in their abilities to compete for a mate, weaker competitors may evolve tactics to increase their mating success. Exploiting attractiveness of others to get mates is a common tactic in many taxa, although examples of this behavior in females are scarce. In glow-worms (Lampyris noctiluca L., Coleoptera: Lampyridae), females attract males by glowing and males prefer the brightest female. How unattractive females succeed in competition for mates is largely understudied. We hypothesize...
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