Browsing by Subject "Direct fitness cost"
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Do female Nicrophorus vespilloides reduce direct costs by choosing males that mate less frequently? (Royal Soc, 2016)Sexual conflict occurs when selection to maximize fitness in one sex does so at the expense of the other sex. In the burying beetle Nicrophorus vespilloides, repeated mating provides assurance of paternity at a direct cost ...