Jeffrey Podos and Andrew P Hendry contents

14.1 Introduction 301

14.2 Modes of Speciation 303

14.3 Biomechanics and Ecological Speciation 306

14.3.1 Mating Displays and Body Size 306

14.3.2 Mating Displays and Locomotion 307

14.3.3 Mating Displays and Feeding 309

14.4 Ecological Dependence and the Evolution of Isolating Barriers 311

14.5 Positive Feedback Loops 313

14.6 Dual Fitness Consequences for Ecological Speciation 313

14.7 Performance and Mating Display Production 314

14.8 Conclusion 314

References 315

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