Sexual cooperation relies on food controlled by females in agromyzid flies

Jin Ge
Jin Ge
Yi Tao
Yi Tao

Animal Behaviour, pp. 55-63, 2019.

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Abstract:

A sex difference in mating optima generates antagonistic traits that impose costs on the opposite sex. This conflict can be mediated by food that increases mutual benefits. Although current understanding of sexual cooperation involving food is based exclusively on mating systems with male food control, recent studies have suggested univer...More

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