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Dual Function of the Damselfly Penis: Sperm Removal and Transfer
  • J. Waage
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Science
  • 2 March 1979
The male of Calopteryx maculata (Beauvois) (Odonata) uses its penis not only to transfer sperm to the female but also to remove sperm deposited in the female's sperm storage organs from previousExpand
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Reproductive Isolation and the Potential for Character Displacement in the Damselflies, Calopteryx Maculata and C. Aequabilis (Odonata: Calopterygidae)
Waage, J. K. (Division of Biological and Medical Sciences, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island 02912) 1975. Reproductive isolation and the potential for character displacement in theExpand
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REPRODUCTIVE CHARACTER DISPLACEMENT IN CALOPTERYX (ODONATA: CALOPTERYGIDAE)
  • J. Waage
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 March 1979
The search for examples of reproductive character displacement (as redefined by Grant, 1972) is motivated by the desire to reveal the role natural selection plays in the establishment and/orExpand
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Parasitoids in classical biological control.
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Reproductive Behavior and Its Relation To Territoriality in Cal Op Ter Yx Ma Cula Ta (Beauvois) (Odonata: Calopterygidae)
Pair-forming, courtship, mating, and post-copulatory behaviors are described for populations of Calopteryx maculata in the central and northeastern United States. Two pair forming displays wereExpand
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Host-Parasitoid Population Interactions
)). develop singly in or on their hosts; gregarious species develop in groups from eggs laid during one or more ovipositions. Parasitoids thus differ from true predators, which have free-livingExpand
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Lifetime Reproductive Success
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VARIABLE PARASITOID SEX RATIOS AND THEIR EFFECT ON HOST-PARASITOID DYNAMICS
SUMMARY (1) Three forms of density-dependent parasitoid sex ratios are discussed: (a) where sex ratio is a function of the size of the adult female population (P), (b) where sex ratio depends on theExpand
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