Sexual Selection and Alternative Reproductive Tactics in Cyprinodon Elegans

@inproceedings{Gumm2008SexualSA,
  title={Sexual Selection and Alternative Reproductive Tactics in Cyprinodon Elegans},
  author={Jennifer M. Gumm},
  year={2008}
}
In systems with alternative reproductive tactics (ARTs), males have discrete behaviors and morphologies that allow them to optimize their reproductive success in relation to others in the population. Males with different phenotypes directly compete with one another for mates, providing unique opportunities for studying social interactions within a species. Using the Comanche Springs pupfish, Cyprinodon elegans, a species with three alternative reproductive tactics, I examine how male behaviors… CONTINUE READING

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