Noun(1) any of various birds of the Australian region whose males build ornamented structures resembling bowers in order to attract females
(1) For the new study, he considered the region's 65 endemic rain forest species, including ring-tail possums, the golden bowerbird , and microhylid frogs, which skip the tadpole stage.(2) A new study finds that a young, inexperienced, female bowerbird judges a male by the manner in which he decorates his bachelor pad.(3) The Scandinavian test may have documented an underwater version of the bowerbird strategy, in which females go for the glitter to find the best guy.(4) Found only on the large island of New Guinea and in Australia, bowerbirds comprise nineteen species.(5) A male satin bowerbird stands proudly in front of his avenue-style bower - basically a bachelor pad built to impress visiting females.(6) Male bowerbirds famously woo females by fashioning elaborate bowers - not nests but U-shaped showplaces with parallel walls of twigs.(7) Elsewhere in the valley you might see other birds as fantastic as their names: gang-gangs, king parrots, satin bowerbirds , laughing kookaburras, and lyre-birds that dance in clearings with tails fanned out like peacocks.(8) Our findings support the multiple messages hypothesis of multicomponent signals: Female satin bowerbirds should assess both male and bower features to choose the highest quality mates.(9) Female bowerbirds , for example, choose mates based on the aesthetics of their mating dance.(10) Startled female bowerbirds often hop out of the bower away from the male.(11) The discussion of the evolution of bowers and bower decorations deserves special attention, because these are the signature traits of the bowerbirds .(12) Whistling bowerbirds and whip-cracking riflebirds complement parrots and honeyeaters.(13) Studies by a scientist at the University of Maryland show that male bowerbirds modify their courtship rituals based on the females' body language.(14) Some classic examples are Egyptian vultures, New Caledonian crows and bowerbirds .(15) The male bowerbirds courted the robotic female much as they would a real bird.(16) In the present study, we measure infection of the ectoparasitic louse, Myrsidea ptilonorhynchi, in individual male satin bowerbirds both as juveniles and nine or more years later as adults.
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