Reproductive Behaviour of Insects: Individuals and populations
W. Bailey, T.J. Ridsdill-Smith
Springer Netherlands, Feb 28, 1991 - Science - 342 pages
Approaching the study of insect reproduction from an evolutionary perspective, 11 papers discuss a wide range of topics of interest both to academics investigating evolutionary biology, and to people involved in the practicalities of pest control. Shows how selection has fashioned reproductive behavior, strategies to bring the sexes together (how often have you seen a cockroach in a singles bar, for example), oviposition, and larval competition. Annotation(c) 2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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