Intersexual selection (in contrast to intrasexual selection), is often known as female choice and is the process where the female choses the male based on certain ornaments e.g. a peacock’s tail. The ornament is not usually beneficial to the male (e.g. bright colours make it an attractive target for predators) but the female prefers the larger ornaments as it signals the male’s is able to cope with the hindrance.
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