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Territoriality and male-biased sexual size dimorphism in Argia reclusa (Odonata: Zygoptera)
(SPRINGER HEIDELBERGHEIDELBERG, 2012)
In Odonata, many species present sexual size dimorphism (SSD), which can be associated with male territoriality in Zygoptera. We hypothesized that in the territorial damselfly Argia reclusa, male-male competition can favor ...
Seasonal effects of density on territory occupation by males of the satyrine butterfly Paryphthimoides phronius (Butler 1867)
(Springer TokyoTokyoJapão, 2009)
Amphisexual care in Acutisoma proximum (Arachnida, Opiliones), a neotropical harvestman with exclusive maternal care
(Birkhauser Verlag AgBaselSuíça, 2009)
No size or density effect on alternative mate-locating tactics in the tropical damselfly Hetaerina rosea males (Odonata: Calopterygidae)
(Revista De Biologia TropicalSan JoseCosta Rica, 2009)
Do Feeding Resources Induce the Adoption of Resource Defence Polygyny in a Lekking Butterfly?
Size-Dependent Selective Mechanisms on Males and Females and the Evolution of Sexual Size Dimorphism in Frogs
(Univ Chicago Press, 2014-12-01)
Sexual size dimorphism (SSD) varies in animals from male biased to female biased. The evolution of SSD is potentially influenced by a number of factors, such as territoriality, fecundity, and temporal breeding patterns ...
Espacio y Territorio: desarrollo y evolucion del analisis territorial en la cuenca media del rio chicamocha.
(Universidad del Rosario, 2010)
This article studies, from a comparative frame, three moments of territorial analysis,seeking to grasp the processes of change, evolution, or transformation evolving in environmental sciences with regard to their readings ...