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Sexual Selection in Amazonian Frog at TRC 2006

The sexual behavior of Amazonian frog species and how this behavior affects speciation in the area plays a significant role in the overall natural makeup of this part of the world. Scientists want to find out if species of frogs prefer other frogs that are natural to their immediate area or if they will mate with species that come from another part of the Amazon. This question also considers how well male frogs will react to female frog invaders, whether or not they will mate with foreign female frog varieties or if they will prefer mating with native frog species.

Sexual Selection in Amazonian Frog at TRC 2006

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