Symposium: Selective pressures that have shaped the evolution of communication
Understanding the selective pressures and costs, abiotic and biotic, that have shaped the evolution of communication has enriched our perspectives on social and non-social species in major ways—ranging from plant-insect interactions to the evolution of sexual signals and from chemical ecology to social organization. New research shows that signals often walk a narrow line between mutualism and exploitation. Our symposium will bring together the latest research on the selective pressures that have shaped signal evolution over a wide range of ecologies and contexts.
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