When does female multiple mating evolve to adjust inbreeding? : Effects of inbreeding depression, direct costs, mating constraints, and polyandry as a threshold trait
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Duthie , A B , Bocedi , G & Reid , J M 2016 , ' When does female multiple mating evolve to adjust inbreeding? : Effects of inbreeding depression, direct costs, mating constraints, and polyandry as a threshold trait ' Evolution , vol 70 , no. 9 , pp. 1927-1943 . DOI: 10.1111/evo.13005
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