Fine-scale selection by ovipositing females increases egg survival


One of the most important defenses for the eggs of ovipositing female organisms is to avoid being laid in the same habitat as their predators. However, for most organisms, completely avoiding an offspring's predators is not possible. One mechanism that has been largely overlooked is for females to partition an oviposition site into microhabitats that differ… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.389

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