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Vestigial singing behaviour persists after the evolutionary loss of song in crickets

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    Bandini, E., Motes-Rodrigo, A., Steele, M. P., Rutz, C. & Tennie, C., 24 Jun 2020, In : Biology Letters. 16, 6, 6 p., 20200122.

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  5. Can behaviour impede evolution? Persistence of singing effort after morphological song loss in crickets

    Rayner, J. G., Schneider, W. & Bailey, N. W., Jun 2020, In : Biology Letters. 16, 6, 5 p., 20190931.

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    Madin, J. S., Baird, A. H., Baskett, M. L., Connolly, S. R. & Dornelas, M. A., 22 Jan 2020, In : Biology Letters. 16, 1, 2019.0727.

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