Sexual selection and hermaphroditic organisms: Testing theory

@inproceedings{Leonard2013SexualSA,
  title={Sexual selection and hermaphroditic organisms: Testing theory},
  author={Janet L. Leonard},
  year={2013}
}
Sexual selection is widespread if not ubiquitous in hermaphroditic organisms. Although many phenomena that have been described as sexual selection in gonochores, (e.g. harem polygamy, multiple mating, elaborate courtship, even secondary sexual characters) can be found in some hermaphrodites, what is more interesting is the ways in which sexual selection in hermaphrodites may differ from dioecious taxa. In hermaphrodites, an individual’s mating success includes its success from both sexual roles… CONTINUE READING
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