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Experimental modifications imply a stimulatory function for male tsetse fly genitalia, supporting cryptic female choice theory
(THE AUTHORS. J. EVOL. BIOL. 22 (2009) 151 6-1525 JOURNAL COMPILATION, 2009)
One of the most sweeping of all patterns in morphological evolution is that animal genitalia tend to diverge more rapidly than do other structures. Abundant indirect evidence supports the cryptic female choice (CFC) ...