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Success of cuckoo catfish brood parasitism reflects coevolutionary history and individual experience of their cichlid hosts

Success of cuckoo catfish brood parasitism reflects coevolutionary history and individual experience of their cichlid hosts

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BLAŽEK, Radim, Matej POLAČIK, Carl SMITH, Marcel HONZA, Axel MEYER, Martin REICHARD, 2018. Success of cuckoo catfish brood parasitism reflects coevolutionary history and individual experience of their cichlid hosts. In: Science advances. 4(5), eaar4380. eISSN 2375-2548. Available under: doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aar4380

@article{Blazek2018-05Succe-42626, title={Success of cuckoo catfish brood parasitism reflects coevolutionary history and individual experience of their cichlid hosts}, year={2018}, doi={10.1126/sciadv.aar4380}, number={5}, volume={4}, journal={Science advances}, author={Blažek, Radim and Polačik, Matej and Smith, Carl and Honza, Marcel and Meyer, Axel and Reichard, Martin}, note={Article Number: eaar4380} }

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