THE COSTS OF PHEREMONE PRODUCTION
Grant number: DE160100097 | Funding period: 2016 - 2022
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Sexually antagonistic coevolution can drive the evolution of male traits that harm females, and female resistance to those traits...
Age-dependent chemical signalling and its consequences for mate attraction in the gumleaf skeletonizer moth, Uraba lugens
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Males evolve to be more harmful under increased sexual conflict intensity in a seed beetle
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One conspicuous manifestation of sexual conflict is traumatic mating, in which male genitalia damage the female during copulation...