Sexual dimorphism and allometry in the giant water strider Gigantometra gigas

@inproceedings{Tseng1999SexualDA,
  title={Sexual dimorphism and allometry in the giant water strider Gigantometra gigas},
  author={Michelle Tseng and Locke Rowe},
  year={1999}
}
This study describes sexual dimorphism in size (total body length and lengths of leg components) and in the allometric relationships between leg-component lengths and total body length in the giant... 

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