Paternal investment in Poecilimon veluchianus bushcrickets: beneficial effects of nuptial feeding on offspring viability (Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae)

Reinhold K (1999)
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 45(3-4): 293-299.

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Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology
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Reinhold K. Paternal investment in Poecilimon veluchianus bushcrickets: beneficial effects of nuptial feeding on offspring viability (Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 1999;45(3-4):293-299.
Reinhold, K. (1999). Paternal investment in Poecilimon veluchianus bushcrickets: beneficial effects of nuptial feeding on offspring viability (Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 45(3-4), 293-299. doi:10.1007/s002650050564
Reinhold, K. (1999). Paternal investment in Poecilimon veluchianus bushcrickets: beneficial effects of nuptial feeding on offspring viability (Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 45, 293-299.
Reinhold, K., 1999. Paternal investment in Poecilimon veluchianus bushcrickets: beneficial effects of nuptial feeding on offspring viability (Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 45(3-4), p 293-299.
K. Reinhold, “Paternal investment in Poecilimon veluchianus bushcrickets: beneficial effects of nuptial feeding on offspring viability (Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae)”, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol. 45, 1999, pp. 293-299.
Reinhold, K.: Paternal investment in Poecilimon veluchianus bushcrickets: beneficial effects of nuptial feeding on offspring viability (Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 45, 293-299 (1999).
Reinhold, Klaus. “Paternal investment in Poecilimon veluchianus bushcrickets: beneficial effects of nuptial feeding on offspring viability (Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae)”. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 45.3-4 (1999): 293-299.