Is sexual selection operating in the androdioecious clam shrimp,Eulimnadia texana (Crustacea: Conchostraca)?

@article{Knoll2004IsSS,
  title={Is sexual selection operating in the androdioecious clam shrimp,Eulimnadia texana (Crustacea: Conchostraca)?},
  author={L. Dean Knoll and Naida Zucker},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={298},
  pages={67-72}
}
Experiments were performed to document the existence of intersexual or intrasexual selection in the clam shrimp,Eulimnadia texana. Individuals within this species are either males or hermaphrodites. Hermaphrodites can self their own eggs or outcross with a male, but they cannot outcross with other hermaphrodites. Theoretical considerations suggest that both intrasexual and intersexual selection could be occurring on the part of the hermaphrodites and the males. When males were given a choice… CONTINUE READING

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