Differential sperm expenditure reveals a possible role for post-copulatory sexual selection in a lekking moth

Cordes N, Yiğit A, Engqvist L, Schmoll T (2013)
Ecology and Evolution 3(3): 503-511.

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Cordes N, Yiğit A, Engqvist L, Schmoll T. Differential sperm expenditure reveals a possible role for post-copulatory sexual selection in a lekking moth. Ecology and Evolution. 2013;3(3):503-511.
Cordes, N., Yiğit, A., Engqvist, L., & Schmoll, T. (2013). Differential sperm expenditure reveals a possible role for post-copulatory sexual selection in a lekking moth. Ecology and Evolution, 3(3), 503-511. doi:10.1002/ece3.458
Cordes, N., Yiğit, A., Engqvist, L., and Schmoll, T. (2013). Differential sperm expenditure reveals a possible role for post-copulatory sexual selection in a lekking moth. Ecology and Evolution 3, 503-511.
Cordes, N., et al., 2013. Differential sperm expenditure reveals a possible role for post-copulatory sexual selection in a lekking moth. Ecology and Evolution, 3(3), p 503-511.
N. Cordes, et al., “Differential sperm expenditure reveals a possible role for post-copulatory sexual selection in a lekking moth”, Ecology and Evolution, vol. 3, 2013, pp. 503-511.
Cordes, N., Yiğit, A., Engqvist, L., Schmoll, T.: Differential sperm expenditure reveals a possible role for post-copulatory sexual selection in a lekking moth. Ecology and Evolution. 3, 503-511 (2013).
Cordes, Nils, Yiğit, Arzu, Engqvist, Leif, and Schmoll, Tim. “Differential sperm expenditure reveals a possible role for post-copulatory sexual selection in a lekking moth”. Ecology and Evolution 3.3 (2013): 503-511.
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