Multimodal signal variation in space and time : how important is matching a signal with its signaler?

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The Journal of Experimental Biology. 2011, 214(5), pp. 815-820. ISSN 0022-0949. eISSN 1477-9145. Available under: doi: 10.1242/jeb.043638
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Multimodal signals (acoustic+visual) are known to be used by many anuran amphibians during courtship displays. The relative degree to which each signal component influences female mate choice, however, remains poorly understood. In this study we used a robotic frog with an inflating vocal sac and acoustic playbacks to document responses of female túngara frogs to unimodal signal components (acoustic and visual). We then tested female responses to a synchronous multimodal signal. Finally, we tested the influence of spatial and temporal variation between signal components for female attraction. Females failed to approach the isolated visual cue of the robotic frog and they showed a significant preference for the call over the spatially separate robotic frog. When presented with a call that was temporally synchronous with the vocal sac inflation of the robotic frog, females did not show a significant preference for this over the call alone; when presented with a call that was temporally asynchronous with vocal sac inflation of the robotic frog, females discriminated strongly against the asynchronous multimodal signal in favor of the call alone. Our data suggest that although the visual cue is neither necessary nor sufficient for attraction, it can strongly modulate mate choice if females perceive a temporal disjunction relative to the primary acoustic signal.

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570 Biowissenschaften, Biologie
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anurans, mate choice, multimodal signaling, sexual selection, spatial variation
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ISO 690TAYLOR, Ryan C., Barrett KLEIN, Joey STEIN, Michael J. RYAN, 2011. Multimodal signal variation in space and time : how important is matching a signal with its signaler?. In: The Journal of Experimental Biology. 2011, 214(5), pp. 815-820. ISSN 0022-0949. eISSN 1477-9145. Available under: doi: 10.1242/jeb.043638
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@article{Taylor2011-03-01Multi-17013,
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  title={Multimodal signal variation in space and time : how important is matching a signal with its signaler?},
  number={5},
  volume={214},
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  journal={The Journal of Experimental Biology},
  pages={815--820},
  author={Taylor, Ryan C. and Klein, Barrett and Stein, Joey and Ryan, Michael J.}
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