A small illustration for Ana Sofia Ferreira trying to visualize her Phd topic.
I made a small illustration for a blog post about a new research paper written by Samuel Hylander and coworkers of the CAnMove group in Lund, Sweden. View the blog post here CAnMove group
If you want to know something about the fertilisation rates in pelagic copepods, and how sexual selection might influence those then you should visit the Journal of Plankton research.
A male Temora longicornis with two similarly modified A1 antennae. Normally they only have one of them, which is used to grab the female prior to mating.