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Faithful fish: territory and mate defence favour monogamy in an African cichlid fish
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It is argued that monogamy results from the need to guarantee a high quality mate and territory in a competitive environment as well as other factors that select for monogamy. Expand
Evidence for genetic monogamy and female‐biased dispersal in the biparental mouthbrooding cichlid Eretmodus cyanostictus from Lake Tanganyika
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It is suggested that E. cyanostictus is both socially and genetically monogamous and that monogamy may result from limited opportunities for polygyny, rather than from reproductive benefits of monogamy. Expand
Reproductive biology of Eretmodus cyanostictus, a cichlid fish from Lake Tanganyika
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The first detailed description of spawning in this species is presented, it is shown that breeding does not appear to be synchronised within the population, and evidence that parental care is costly is provided, providing evidence that monogamy is costly. Expand
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International. New signatories to CITES. The Republic of Moldova, Qatar, Sao Tome and Principe, Lithuania, and Ireland have acceded to CITES, bringing to 157 the number of Parties to the ConventionExpand
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