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Previous interspecific courtship impairs female receptivity to conspecifics in the parasitoid wasp Nasonia longicornis but not in N. vitripennis

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Mair, Magdalena M. ; Seifert, Nicole ; Ruther, Joachim
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Interspecific sexual interactions are not uncommon in animals. In sympatry, females often face the risk of accidentally mating with a heterospecific male. Based on the actual risks imposed by the environment at a given time and place, females should be able to adjust their mate acceptance in order to avoid interspecific copulations as well as accidentally refusing to mate with a conspecific. We ...


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