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Alternative Mating Tactics and Evolutionarily Stable Strategies
Difficulties with applying Evolutionarily. Stable Strategy (ESS) methodology and terminology to alternative mating behaviors (in which some males in local populations adopt strikingly different,Expand
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Female mimicry in male bluegill sunfish—a genetic polymorphism?
When male reproductive success depends on male–male competition and aggression, individuals which are at a competitive disadvantage sometimes adopt an entirely different constellation of reproductiveExpand
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Mobbing in colonially nesting fishes, especially the bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus
Comparaison de ce comportement (de harcelemen) antipredateur manifeste par ces poissons avec celui des oiseaux
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Anti-predator function of bluegill sunfish nesting colonies
Although the adaptive significance of nesting in colonies has been investigated repeatedly in avian species, until now no detailed studies have been reported on colonial nesting in fishes.Expand
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Sexual selection, additive genetic variance and the "phenotypic handicap".
  • W. J. Dominey
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of theoretical biology
  • 7 April 1983
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