Sexual Selection
February 2017

Once again it's February, that special time of the year when we can almost begin to imagine spring, greeting card sales statistics leap exponentially, and the thoughts and hormonal systems of so many organisms begin to rewire for courtship. This is the time to consider eternal questions: How have my evolved behaviors prepared me for this? What are the biometrics of attraction? What exactly does Oxytocin do? How might loneliness be assuaged by living furniture? All of these questions, and more, will be considered, if not definitively settled, in this month's issue.

Rose

The flower petal of a rose is covered with finely corrugated warts, each one cell. The fine structures of the cells cause the velvet shimmer of dark rose flowers. Scanning electron microscope, 900:1 (at 15x13cm).

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Sexual Selection
Field Work Brazil: Amor
Alexis Gambis
Sexual Selection
Courtship
Alexis Gambis
Sexual Selection
El Sol Como un Gran Animal Oscuro (The Sun Like a Big Dark Animal)
Christina Felisgrau, Ronnie Rivera
Sexual Selection
Hybris
Arjan Brentjes, Bart van der Schaaf
Sexual Selection
Hypochondria of the Heart
Janna Kyllästinen
Sexual Selection
Organic Sleep
Hasan Can Dağlı
Sexual Selection
Pandas
Matúš Vizár
Sexual Selection
Rites of Love and Math
Reine Graves, Edward Frenkel
Sexual Selection
The Love Competition
Brent Hoff
Sexual Selection
Love Hate and Everything in Between
Alex Gabbay
Sexual Selection
O
Cris Gris
Sexual Selection
25km2
Jana Minarikova
Sexual Selection
The Making of Love
Jeannette Louie
Sexual Selection
Praying Mantis Research: Sexual Cannibalism and Reproduction
Phil Hastings
Sexual Selection
What is Love?
Julie Yoon, Manasi Vaidya
Sexual Selection
The Researchers (Les Chercheurs)
Aurélien Peilloux
Sexual Selection
Animalia Genitalia
Nguyen Khoi Nguyen
Sexual Selection
Sex On The Fly
Jon Massey
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