The influence of operational sex ratio on the intensity of competition for mates.

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The evolution and maintenance of secondary sexual characteristics and behavior are heavily influenced by the variance in mating success among individuals in a population. The operational sex ratio (OSR) is often used as a predictor of the intensity of competition for mates, as it describes the relative number of males and females who are ready to mate. We… (More)
DOI: 10.1086/657918

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