Data from: Competitively mediated changes in male toad calls can depend on call structure

Rebecca Stirman & Karin S. Pfennig
Many species of males aggregate in large groups where they signal to attract females. These large aggregations create intense competition for mates, and the simultaneous signaling by many individuals can impair any given male’s ability to attract females. In response to this situation, male signals can be modified, either evolutionarily or facultatively, such that the detectability of the signal is enhanced. The way in which signals are modified varies among even closely related species, yet...
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