The intensity of sexual selection, body size and reproductive success in a mating system with male-male combat: Is bigger better?

Xavier Glaudas, Stephen Rice, Rulon Clark & Graham Alexander
Body size is a key selected trait in many animal systems: larger size is sexually selected for in males because it confers a reproductive advantage during contest competition for access to females, and larger females are naturally selected for fecundity. Herein, we used radio-telemetry to gather a large dataset of male-female interactions and DNA paternity analyses to characterize the intensity of sexual selection and the link between two body size metrics (body length and condition,...
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