Current Biology published an article discussing the importance of scientific illustration to help others to understand scientific processes, using my illustration as an example.
Southern masked weaver males make up to 25 hanging nests per mating season in hopes of finding a female mate. After building and dancing, a female will come to inspect the nest. If the work is not up to par, the female may dismantle the nest, making the male build another one to her liking. If the female is pleased with the build, she will stay and copulate.