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Phenotypic traits and resource quality as factors affecting male reproductive success in a toadfish

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BOSE, Aneesh P. H., Karen M. COGLIATI, Nick LUYMES, Andrew H. BASS, Margaret A. MARCHATERRE, Joseph A. SISNEROS, Benjamin M. BOLKER, Sigal BALSHINE, 2018. Phenotypic traits and resource quality as factors affecting male reproductive success in a toadfish. In: Behavioral Ecology. Oxford University Press (OUP). 29(2), pp. 496-507. ISSN 1045-2249. eISSN 1465-7279. Available under: doi: 10.1093/beheco/ary002

@article{Bose2018-03-14Pheno-50145, title={Phenotypic traits and resource quality as factors affecting male reproductive success in a toadfish}, year={2018}, doi={10.1093/beheco/ary002}, number={2}, volume={29}, issn={1045-2249}, journal={Behavioral Ecology}, pages={496--507}, author={Bose, Aneesh P. H. and Cogliati, Karen M. and Luymes, Nick and Bass, Andrew H. and Marchaterre, Margaret A. and Sisneros, Joseph A. and Bolker, Benjamin M. and Balshine, Sigal} }

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