Sexual signaling under predation: attractive moths take the greater risks

Cordes N, Engqvist L, Schmoll T, Reinhold K (2014)
Behavioral Ecology 25(2): 409-414.

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Cordes N, Engqvist L, Schmoll T, Reinhold K. Sexual signaling under predation: attractive moths take the greater risks. Behavioral Ecology. 2014;25(2):409-414.
Cordes, N., Engqvist, L., Schmoll, T., & Reinhold, K. (2014). Sexual signaling under predation: attractive moths take the greater risks. Behavioral Ecology, 25(2), 409-414.
Cordes, N., Engqvist, L., Schmoll, T., and Reinhold, K. (2014). Sexual signaling under predation: attractive moths take the greater risks. Behavioral Ecology 25, 409-414.
Cordes, N., et al., 2014. Sexual signaling under predation: attractive moths take the greater risks. Behavioral Ecology, 25(2), p 409-414.
N. Cordes, et al., “Sexual signaling under predation: attractive moths take the greater risks”, Behavioral Ecology, vol. 25, 2014, pp. 409-414.
Cordes, N., Engqvist, L., Schmoll, T., Reinhold, K.: Sexual signaling under predation: attractive moths take the greater risks. Behavioral Ecology. 25, 409-414 (2014).
Cordes, Nils, Engqvist, Leif, Schmoll, Tim, and Reinhold, Klaus. “Sexual signaling under predation: attractive moths take the greater risks”. Behavioral Ecology 25.2 (2014): 409-414.
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