Dating flying

29-Nov-2019 04:41

Using video technology to capture and measure wing flash frequency we were able to show that male flies are attracted to specific flash frequencies and not the morphological characteristics of the female flies." Males are strongly attracted to a wing flash frequency of 178Hz, which is characteristic of free flying young females, rather than 212, 235 or 266Hz, which are characteristic of young males, old females and old males, respectively.

The slower wing flash frequency of young females could be a phenotypic trait of reproductively capable females, according to the researchers.

From the simple swipe of a finger to the more complicated algorithms of dating websites, technology continues to push boundaries when it comes to love.

Now a new dating trend promises to match singles in the unlikeliest of places: 39,000 feet up in the air.

So I figure, hey, I'm sitting in the Louisville airport on a Sunday morning, flying to the Tech Crunch Disrupt tech conference in San Francisco.

Flies have some of the most elaborate visual systems in the Insecta, with fast visual processing, which was thought to have evolved to match their advanced flight abilities.

Males have larger eyes than females, which may help males perceive visual signals sent by females, and they have specialized 'bright zones' that increase light capture and can help them to detect females' flashing light signals.

Five minutes in, I already have so many questions, like: What rules of etiquette govern how you approach a potential beau in seat 22C?

Do you walk over to someone and say, "Hi, this is random, but would you mind switching seats with me?

So I figure, hey, I'm sitting in the Louisville airport on a Sunday morning, flying to the Tech Crunch Disrupt tech conference in San Francisco.

Flies have some of the most elaborate visual systems in the Insecta, with fast visual processing, which was thought to have evolved to match their advanced flight abilities.

Males have larger eyes than females, which may help males perceive visual signals sent by females, and they have specialized 'bright zones' that increase light capture and can help them to detect females' flashing light signals.

Five minutes in, I already have so many questions, like: What rules of etiquette govern how you approach a potential beau in seat 22C?

Do you walk over to someone and say, "Hi, this is random, but would you mind switching seats with me?

Gerhard Gries, the corresponding author, from Simon Fraser University, Canada, said: "Our study describes a new model of sexual communication in insects, which might be common to animals in general.