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Title: Alternative mating tactics and extreme male dimorphism in fig wasps.
Authors: Cook, James M
Compton, Steven G
Herre, E Allen
West, Stuart A
Issue Date: 1997
Citation: Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B, 264, 747-754.
Publisher: The Royal Scoiety
Abstract: The dimorphisms in morphology and behaviour of male fig wasps are among the most extreme in the animal kingdom, and offer excellent oppotunities to test the predictions of certain sexual selection models.
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