Oviposition site selection and avoidance of additional mating by females of the dragonfly,Cordulia aenea amurensis Selys (Corduliidae)

@article{Ubukata2006OvipositionSS,
  title={Oviposition site selection and avoidance of additional mating by females of the dragonfly,Cordulia aenea amurensis Selys (Corduliidae)},
  author={H. Ubukata},
  journal={Researches on Population Ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={26},
  pages={285-301}
}
  • H. Ubukata
  • Published 2006
  • Biology
  • Researches on Population Ecology
Females of an odonate species in which oviposition sites overlap with mating sites may adopt one or more of the following strategies when they lay eggs except when they ‘trade’ mating for access to suitable oviposition sites or for services (guarding, etc.) provided by males: (1) ovipositing at hidden places; (2) ovipositing at a time when males are neither patrolling nor watching; (3) indicating non-receptivity by a behavioral display. The density of ovipositing females of the dragonfly… Expand

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