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The domestic fowl has produced a See remarks to this effect in my work on 'Variation under Domestication,' vol. In the family of pheasants the males and females of almost all the species are wonderfully dissimilar, but are quite similar in the eared pheasant or In two species of Chloehaga, a genus of geese, the males cannot be distinguished from the females, except by size; whilst in two others, the sexes are so unlike that they might easily be mistaken for distinct species. Blyth informs me that the females of The 'Ibis,' vol. Blyth has observed with caged and wild birds, it is at first black and does not become red until the bird is at least a year old, at which age the sexes resemble each other in all respects. We may therefore conclude that the females of distinct though allied species have often had their plumage rendered more or less different by the transference in various degrees, of characters acquired, both during former and recent times, by the males through sexual selection.
The laws of inheritance can alone account for the following cases, in which the female by acquiring at a late period of life certain characters proper to the male, ultimately comes to resemble him in a more or less complete manner. Both sexes of the wild turkey are ultimately N 2 [page] 180 SEXUAL SELECTION: BIRDS. furnished with a tuft of bristles on the breast, but in two-year-old birds the tuft is about four inches long in the male and hardly apparent in the female; when, however, the latter has reached her fourth year, it is from four to five inches in length. But it deserves especial attention that brilliant colours have been transferred much more rarely than other tints. In a statement released after Isabelle's death, Mr Caro said that his step-daughter had died 'from the successive consequences of negligence by the medical staff'.He has since launched a legal complaint against the hospital. We may go so far as to believe that if any part of the plumage in the males of these two pheasants had been brilliantly coloured, this would not have been transferred to the females. Wallace's view that with birds which are exposed to much danger during nidification, the transference of bright colours from the male to the female has been checked through natural selection. From reasons formerly assigned there can be little doubt that the elegant plumes, long pendant feathers, crests, &c., of egrets, herons, and many other birds, which are developed and retained only during the summer, serve exclusively for ornamental or nuptial purposes, though On Ardetta, Translation of Cuvier's 'Règne Animal,' by Mr. () the two sexes closely resemble each other and their colours are dull.