Wolbachia endosymbiont of Hypolimnas bolina bolina
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Symbionts that distort their host's sex ratio by favouring the production and survival of females are common in arthropods. Their… Expand Maternally inherited selfish genetic elements are common in animals . Whereas host genetics and ecology are recognized as factors… Expand Male‐killing bacteria are generally thought to attain low to intermediate prevalence in natural populations, with only mild… Expand The study of butterfly behavior has afforded valuable insights into the evolution of alternative mating tactics. Two hypotheses… Expand Inherited bacteria that kill male hosts during embryogenesis infect a wide range of insect species. In order to ascertain if… Expand Male Hypolimnas bolina (L.) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) defend perch sites as a method of visually locating receptive females. In… Expand In lekking species, intense directional selection is applied to aspects of the male genotype by female choice. Under conventional… Expand Hypolimnas bolina is a sexually dimorphic nymphalid butterfly with a west to east distribution from Madagascar to Easter Island… Expand