1. The ‘hotspot’ and ‘hotshot’ hypotheses both refer to possible explanations of:
A. Lek polygyny
C. Scramble competition polygyny
E. Female defense polygyny
2. When many females of a species produce eggs very rarely (e.g. for one or two nights a year, in a few specific locations), you are likely to observe: Psychology homework help.
C. An explosive breeding assemblage
D. Lek polygyny
3. The major difference between polygynandry and promiscuity is:
A. The males and females in a polygynandrous system form pair bonds, while they do not in a promiscuous system
B. Usually there are fewer individuals involved in a promiscuous mating system than in a polygynandrous system
C. Promiscuous parents typically help parent offspring, while polygynandrous parents do not
D. There are more males than females in a polygynandrous system, and more females than males in a promiscuous system. Psychology homework help.