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Sexual dichromatism and condition-dependence in the skin of a bat
Bats are assumed not to use vision for communication, despite recent evidence of their capacity for color vision. The possibility that bats use color traits as signals has thus been overlooked....
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Dynamic signalling in the greater flamingo
Colourful plumage is typical of males in species with conventional sex roles, in which females care for offspring and males compete for females, as well as in many monogamous species in which both...
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Sexual dichromatism in the Western Palearctic avifauna
Melanins are the most common pigments providing coloration in the plumage and bare skin of birds and other vertebrates. Numerous species are dichromatic in the adult or definitive plumage, but the...
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Intraspecific eye color variability in birds and mammals: a recent evolutionary event exclusive to humans and domestic animals
Human populations and breeds of domestic animals are composed of individuals with a multiplicity of eye (= iris) colorations. Some wild birds and mammals may have intraspecific eye color...
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