8 Behavioral and Genetic Components of Male Mating Success in Monarchs

@inproceedings{Solensky20078BA,
  title={8 Behavioral and Genetic Components of Male Mating Success in Monarchs},
  author={Michelle J. Solensky and Karen S. Oberhauser},
  year={2007}
}
cess length in water striders, Gerris odontogaster [Arnqvist 1989], and forceps length in earwigs, Forficula auricularia [Tomkins and Simmons 1999]). Male behavior can also influence mating success. Male picture-winged flies (Drosophila silvestris) are more likely to mate when they spend more time courting and vibrating their wings (Boake and Konigsberg 1998). Physiology, especially the production of pheromones or accessory gland material, can influence male mating success (e.g… CONTINUE READING

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