How do male stoneflies attact other mates?
they beat there abdomens on a tree or rock
(beating there abdomens means they go back and forth in a humping motion)
The male mates with the female, just like most other animals.
To establish territories, attract mates and ward off other males.
You can do this only if they were litter-mates, if not than they will just attack eat other.
The male feeds female
It's just a dominance behavior.
i liger is born when a female or male tiger mates with a male or female lion
A male squirrel can have up to three mates at a time. While females usually only have one.
Angler Fish compete against other fish, for example a viper, for food. Spiny King Crabs compete with other male crabs for mates.
It defends the pride and mates with the lionesses in heat.
Bull ..... the cow mates with a bull!!
it depends there can be a alpha male, alpha female, or both as mates, that applies to just about every other pack member.
American alligators travel great distances looking for mates. While searching for a mate, male alligators bellow often to announce their presence to females and to warn other males to stay away. They are very dangerous to humans when they migrate between wetlands during their searches for mates.
It mates with a male ant and goes pregnant
A liger ;)
A female hamster can get pregnant if it mates with a male hamster.
Why is the male Queen Alexandra's Birdwing butterfly more bright coloured than the female Queen Alexandra's Birdwing butterfly?
To attact the female for mating
Actually a male cat acts "crazy" BEFORE he mates, because he's trying to attract a female cat. This includes meowing constantly and rolling around on the ground.
Nothing. But you can watch though to see if the female turns on the male afterwards.
The diet of squids consists of fish, so they compete with each other, as well as sharks and other predatory fish. Male squids might possibly compete for female mates.
My mom says that the ideal soul-mates resemble each other. My mom and dad do and I look quite like both of them. The Runes legend says that that soul mates were one, but lost in the moribund of life.
Pandas are known to be solitary animals. The male pandas will fight for the right of the female panda through aggression. The winner will be the mate of the other panda.
yes there are. that is how they get mates.
it mates with a drone (male ant) from another nest
Anytime she mates with a male cat.
Usually a female goldfish mates with a male goldfish!
the male will inflate the vocal sac
Deer shed their antlers annually. The male deer sheds them between January and April, when they no longer need them to attract mates or fight for mates. They shed them in preparation for the re-growth of antlers in the summer.
Some pairs don't take to each other right away. Match them up with different mates then put them together again and see if she will respond to that particular male Betta.
That's not true. Boy rabbits kill boy rabbits, for territory, and for mates................ Emroxy Female rabbits will also kill male rabbits and other females, for the same reason, territory.
Yes. A female hamster cannot become pregnant unless it mates with a male hamster.
The male rabbit mates with the female rabbit from the rear, with his forepaws on top of her back.
When a male sea lion patrols the area of beach where his female sea lions rest what is he displaying?
He is displaying his female sea lion so no other male sea lion mates with the female he is basicly protecting his female sea lion
To attract mates. The male fireflie flashes a unique pattern. The female who wants him flashes the same pattern. They keep flashing until they find each other.
A male lion mates with a female tiger (tigress). The babies are Ligers.
the male black widows wander in search of a female
Yes, she will have baby hamsters, but only if she mates with a male hamster.
Male bees are called drones. The queen mates with up to 20 drones on her mating flight about a week after she emerges from the pupal cell.
Yes, male penguins do watch over the egg while their mates go out hunting for food.
Male guppies have to pass on the bright coloration gene that attracts females but that puts a spotlight on them for predators. If you don't have this gene then predators don't spot you as easily but don't attract mates to reproduce with.
A male elk vocalizes during rutting season, and this vocalization is called an elk bugle. It is a signal to other males and to females that this elk is defining his territory and claiming his mates.
Male bees are called drones. The queen mates with up to 20 drones on her only mating flight about a week after she emerges from the pupal cell.
Placing a female or male gerbil if they are not familiar (Family. prior cage mates) could be fatal in other words gerbils are territorial unless they are familiar. But a familiar male and female can be placed in the same cage but no matter if they are family or not and odds are they are they will mate and have pup's.
Just so you know, most of the time in a pack only the alpha of the pack, mates. The specifics are a little fuzzy but the alpha chooses a female not the other way around and as far as I know the female doesn't argue, unless the male tries to kill her pups.
Most species have the same mates year after year.
They'll have another litter together.
He probably takes a nap and eats some hay. Think about it.
No. The male can have many mates, not just one.
A male raccoon mates with the female and inserts his penis into her vagina to release the sperm.