Sex Ratios in a Socially Parasitic Bee and Implications for Host-Parasite Interactions


Obligate social parasites of Hymenoptera, known as inquilines, have received enormous attention due to the elaborate adaptations they exhibit for exploiting their hosts, and because they have frequently been used to infer sympatric speciation. Their population biology can be difficult to infer as they are both rare and difficult to extract from host nests… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10905-017-9603-7


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