DISENTANGLING THE CONTRIBUTION OF SEXUAL SELECTION AND ECOLOGY TO THE EVOLUTION OF SIZE DIMORPHISM IN PINNIPEDS

Krüger O, Wolf JBW, Jonker RM, Hoffman J, Trillmich F (2014)
Evolution 68(5): 1485-1496.

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Krüger O, Wolf JBW, Jonker RM, Hoffman J, Trillmich F. DISENTANGLING THE CONTRIBUTION OF SEXUAL SELECTION AND ECOLOGY TO THE EVOLUTION OF SIZE DIMORPHISM IN PINNIPEDS. Evolution. 2014;68(5):1485-1496.
Krüger, O., Wolf, J. B. W., Jonker, R. M., Hoffman, J., & Trillmich, F. (2014). DISENTANGLING THE CONTRIBUTION OF SEXUAL SELECTION AND ECOLOGY TO THE EVOLUTION OF SIZE DIMORPHISM IN PINNIPEDS. Evolution, 68(5), 1485-1496. doi:10.1111/evo.12370
Krüger, O., Wolf, J. B. W., Jonker, R. M., Hoffman, J., and Trillmich, F. (2014). DISENTANGLING THE CONTRIBUTION OF SEXUAL SELECTION AND ECOLOGY TO THE EVOLUTION OF SIZE DIMORPHISM IN PINNIPEDS. Evolution 68, 1485-1496.
Krüger, O., et al., 2014. DISENTANGLING THE CONTRIBUTION OF SEXUAL SELECTION AND ECOLOGY TO THE EVOLUTION OF SIZE DIMORPHISM IN PINNIPEDS. Evolution, 68(5), p 1485-1496.
O. Krüger, et al., “DISENTANGLING THE CONTRIBUTION OF SEXUAL SELECTION AND ECOLOGY TO THE EVOLUTION OF SIZE DIMORPHISM IN PINNIPEDS”, Evolution, vol. 68, 2014, pp. 1485-1496.
Krüger, O., Wolf, J.B.W., Jonker, R.M., Hoffman, J., Trillmich, F.: DISENTANGLING THE CONTRIBUTION OF SEXUAL SELECTION AND ECOLOGY TO THE EVOLUTION OF SIZE DIMORPHISM IN PINNIPEDS. Evolution. 68, 1485-1496 (2014).
Krüger, Oliver, Wolf, Jochen B. W., Jonker, Rudy M., Hoffman, Joseph, and Trillmich, Fritz. “DISENTANGLING THE CONTRIBUTION OF SEXUAL SELECTION AND ECOLOGY TO THE EVOLUTION OF SIZE DIMORPHISM IN PINNIPEDS”. Evolution 68.5 (2014): 1485-1496.

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