Incomplete species recognition entails few costs in spider mites, despite first-male precedence

@article{Clemente2016IncompleteSR,
  title={Incomplete species recognition entails few costs in spider mites, despite first-male precedence},
  author={Salom{\'e} H. Clemente and Leonor R Rodrigues and Rita Ponce and Susana A M Varela and Sara Magalh{\~a}es},
  journal={Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={70},
  pages={1161-1170}
}
The consequences of heterospecific matings may hinge on interspecies interactions, but also on characteristics of the intraspecies mating system, namely sperm precedence. Indeed, first-male precedence may entail costs of heterospecific matings that are usually overlooked in other systems, such as fertilization of oocytes that become unavailable to subsequent conspecific males or a decrease in female receptivity. Here, we used a system composed of two co-occurring haplodiploid spider-mite… CONTINUE READING
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