In the sage grouse males congregate at areas called leks. Females visit leks and move around, observing the displays of different males. Eventually each female will stop and mate with one of the males, perhaps at a second visit. This is an example of?
a. directional selection
b. stabilizing selection
c. disruptive selection
d. intersexual selection
e. intrasexual selection
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