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Sexual selection in the gift-giving dance fly <em>Rhamphomyia sulcata</em> favours small males carrying small gifts.

By Natasha Rachel LeBas, LR Hockham and Michael Gordon Ritchie
Topics: allometry, correlational selection, dance flies, mating success, nonlinear selection, nuptial gifts, EMPIS-BOREALIS, MALE AGE, SIZE DIMORPHISM, OLDER MALES, GOOD GENES, PATERNAL INVESTMENT, NATURAL-SELECTION, SPERM COMPETITION, BUSH-CRICKETS, NUPTIAL GIFTS
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:risweb.st-andrews.ac.uk:publications/83ba3653-d128-4899-9b8c-3a50909d1e02
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