High rates of infidelity in the grey fantail Rhipidura albiscapa suggest that testis size may be a better correlate of extra-pair paternity than sexual dimorphism

Hoffman J, Munro K, Amos W, Kilner RM (2010)
IBIS 152(2): 378-385.

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Hoffman J, Munro K, Amos W, Kilner RM. High rates of infidelity in the grey fantail Rhipidura albiscapa suggest that testis size may be a better correlate of extra-pair paternity than sexual dimorphism. IBIS. 2010;152(2):378-385.
Hoffman, J., Munro, K., Amos, W., & Kilner, R. M. (2010). High rates of infidelity in the grey fantail Rhipidura albiscapa suggest that testis size may be a better correlate of extra-pair paternity than sexual dimorphism. IBIS, 152(2), 378-385. doi:10.1111/j.1474-919x.2009.01007.x
Hoffman, J., Munro, K., Amos, W., and Kilner, R. M. (2010). High rates of infidelity in the grey fantail Rhipidura albiscapa suggest that testis size may be a better correlate of extra-pair paternity than sexual dimorphism. IBIS 152, 378-385.
Hoffman, J., et al., 2010. High rates of infidelity in the grey fantail Rhipidura albiscapa suggest that testis size may be a better correlate of extra-pair paternity than sexual dimorphism. IBIS, 152(2), p 378-385.
J. Hoffman, et al., “High rates of infidelity in the grey fantail Rhipidura albiscapa suggest that testis size may be a better correlate of extra-pair paternity than sexual dimorphism”, IBIS, vol. 152, 2010, pp. 378-385.
Hoffman, J., Munro, K., Amos, W., Kilner, R.M.: High rates of infidelity in the grey fantail Rhipidura albiscapa suggest that testis size may be a better correlate of extra-pair paternity than sexual dimorphism. IBIS. 152, 378-385 (2010).
Hoffman, Joseph, Munro, K., Amos, W., and Kilner, R.M. “High rates of infidelity in the grey fantail Rhipidura albiscapa suggest that testis size may be a better correlate of extra-pair paternity than sexual dimorphism”. IBIS 152.2 (2010): 378-385.