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LIITLEJOHN, M. J. 1965. Premating isolation in the Hyla ewingicomplex (Anura: Hylidae). Evolution 19:234-243. MAYR, E. 1963. Animal Species and Evolution. Belknap Press, Cambridge, MA. McCARLEY, H.Expand
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Reciprocal food sharing in the vampire bat
Behavioural reciprocity can be evolutionarily stable1–3. Initial increase in frequency depends, however, on reciprocal altruists interacting predominantly with other reciprocal altruists either byExpand
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Life history, ecology and longevity in bats
The evolutionary theory of aging predicts that life span should decrease in response to the amount of mortality caused by extrinsic sources. Using this prediction, we selected six life history andExpand
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Phylogenetic utility of different types of molecular data used to infer evolutionary relationships among stalk-eyed flies (Diopsidae).
A phylogenetic hypothesis of relationships among 33 species of stalk-eyed flies was generated from a molecular data set comprising three mitochondrial and three nuclear gene regions. A combinedExpand
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The social organization of the common vampire bat
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  • Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology
  • 1 July 1985
SummaryVariability at seven polymorphic allozyme loci and observations of dispersal and mating provide evidence for nonrandom genetic structure among adult female groups of the highly social bat,Expand
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Bat Mating Systems
Publisher Summary This chapter describes the mating systems of bats, emphasizing research from the last 20 years. For completeness, the chapter lists all species where mating systems are defined, butExpand
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The long and short of sperm polymorphisms in insects
Production of more than one morphological type of sperm in a common testis has been documented for a variety of invertebrates, including gastropods, spiders, centipedes, and insects. This unusualExpand
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Artificial sexual selection alters allometry in the stalk-eyed fly Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni (Diptera: Diopsidae)
Selection for increased and decreased ratio of eye span to body length was exerted on male stalk-eyed flies ( Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni ) from Malaysia using replicate selected and unselected lines.Expand
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Information transfer at evening bat colonies
Abstract Four lines of evidence indicate that evening bats, Nycticeius humeralis, at nursery colonies in northern Missouri transfer information by following each other to feeding and roosting sites.Expand
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Female choice response to artificial selection on an exaggerated male trait in a stalk-eyed fly
Quantitative genetic models for the evolution of exaggerated male traits through female mate choice predict that selection on male ornaments should cause a correlated response in female preferences.Expand
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