Mate Selection and Behavioral Thermoregulation in Fowler's Toads.
- Published Article
Science (New York, N.Y.)
- Publication Date
May 22, 1981
Male Fowler's toads produce mating calls that are affected by the body size and temperature of the caller. Females are able to discriminate between variations in these calls and select the largest available males. By thermoregulation, males are able to alter their calls to make them more attractive to females.
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