Advertising - Advertising Brightly coloured Banded coral shrimps Stenopus hispidus at their cleaning station waving their long antennae to attract

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Advertising Brightly coloured Banded coral shrimps Stenopus hispidus at their cleaning station, waving their long antennae to attract fish clients Further information: Cleaning symbiosis and Sexual selection Further information: signalling theory Advertising coloration signals an animal's capability to other animals. These may be of the same species, as in sexual selection , or of different species, as in cleaning symbiosis . Signals may be understood by many different species; for example, the cleaning stations of the Banded coral shrimp Stenopus hispidus are visited by different species of fish, and even by reptiles such as Hawksbill sea turtles . [7] [8] [9]
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[ edit ] Sexual selection Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Sexual dimorphism Male and female Goldie's Bird of Paradise display marked sexual differences (dimorphism) created by sexual selection. Main article: sexual selection Darwin observed that the males of some species, such as Birds of Paradise (see illustration), were very
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