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The coadaptation of female morphology and offspring size: a comparative analysis in crickets


Oecologia (Berlin). April; 1102: 197-204
The coadaptation of female morphology and offspring size: a comparative analysis in crickets
Few studies of invertebrates have considered combinations of morphological and life history traits in the context of the evolution of reproductive strategies.

Accession: 002980393

DOI: 10.1007/s004420050150

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