Males do not always switch females when presented with a better reproductive option

Galipaud M, Bollache L, Oughadou A, Dechaume-Moncharmont F-X (2015)
Behavioral Ecology 26(2): 359-366.

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Galipaud M, Bollache L, Oughadou A, Dechaume-Moncharmont F-X. Males do not always switch females when presented with a better reproductive option. Behavioral Ecology. 2015;26(2):359-366.
Galipaud, M., Bollache, L., Oughadou, A., & Dechaume-Moncharmont, F. - X. (2015). Males do not always switch females when presented with a better reproductive option. Behavioral Ecology, 26(2), 359-366. doi:10.1093/beheco/aru195
Galipaud, M., Bollache, L., Oughadou, A., and Dechaume-Moncharmont, F. - X. (2015). Males do not always switch females when presented with a better reproductive option. Behavioral Ecology 26, 359-366.
Galipaud, M., et al., 2015. Males do not always switch females when presented with a better reproductive option. Behavioral Ecology, 26(2), p 359-366.
M. Galipaud, et al., “Males do not always switch females when presented with a better reproductive option”, Behavioral Ecology, vol. 26, 2015, pp. 359-366.
Galipaud, M., Bollache, L., Oughadou, A., Dechaume-Moncharmont, F.-X.: Males do not always switch females when presented with a better reproductive option. Behavioral Ecology. 26, 359-366 (2015).
Galipaud, Matthias, Bollache, L., Oughadou, A., and Dechaume-Moncharmont, F.-X. “Males do not always switch females when presented with a better reproductive option”. Behavioral Ecology 26.2 (2015): 359-366.