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lobal patterns of sexual dimorphism in Amblypygi

@inproceedings{McArthura2018lobalPO,
  title={lobal patterns of sexual dimorphism in Amblypygi},
  author={W. McArthura and Gustavo Silva de Mirandab and Michael Seiterd and enneth James Chapina},
  year={2018}
}
  • W. McArthura, Gustavo Silva de Mirandab, +1 author enneth James Chapina
  • Published 2018
  • Sexual dimorphism is a common feature of life. Researchers have noted that some species of Amblypygi (Class Arachnida) exhibit male-biased sexual dimorphism, but a broad overview of the prevalence of sexual dimorphism in the order does not exist. In order to provide such an overview, we imaged and measured morphological characteristics of 390 amblypygids from 36 species. Our aim was to gain insight into general patterns of sexual dimorphism across the order. We found that, generally, males have… CONTINUE READING

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