Latest Coevolution Stories
Cooperative behaviour is widely observed in nature, but there remains the possibility that so-called 'cheaters' can exploit the system, taking without giving, with uncertain consequences for the social unit as a whole.
In relationships based on mutuality, the number of individuals involved can determine the rate at which species evolve
The color and scent of flowers and their perception by pollinator insects are believed to have evolved in the course of mutual adaptation.
In nature, how do host species survive parasite attacks?
It seems we may have parasites to thank for the existence of sex as we know it.
Christopher Irwin Smith describes research on Joshua trees, yucca moths and the question of whether coevolution between plants and their insect pollinators produced the spectacular diversity of plants and insects.
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- To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
- An illusion; a trick; a cheat.