arena-breeding birds

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Species of birds whose males gather for competitive courtship displays in open areas called arenas or leks (q.v.). Classic examples are species of peacock-pheasants, prairie chickens, and turkeys. See Classification, Aves, Neognathae, Galliformes; mate choice, sexual selection.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.

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