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Linking the fine-scale social environment to mating decisions: a future direction for the study of extra-pair paternity

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Linking the fine-scale social environment to mating decisions: a future direction for the study of extra-pair paternity

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MALDONADO CHAPARRO, Adriana, Pierre-Olivier MONTIGLIO, Wolfgang FORSTMEIER, Bart KEMPENAERS, Damien R. FARINE, 2018. Linking the fine-scale social environment to mating decisions: a future direction for the study of extra-pair paternity. In: Biological Reviews. 93(3), pp. 1558-1577. ISSN 1464-7931. eISSN 1469-185X. Available under: doi: 10.1111/brv.12408

@article{MaldonadoChaparro2018-08Linki-42838, title={Linking the fine-scale social environment to mating decisions: a future direction for the study of extra-pair paternity}, year={2018}, doi={10.1111/brv.12408}, number={3}, volume={93}, issn={1464-7931}, journal={Biological Reviews}, pages={1558--1577}, author={Maldonado Chaparro, Adriana and Montiglio, Pierre-Olivier and Forstmeier, Wolfgang and Kempenaers, Bart and Farine, Damien R.} }

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