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Territoriality and behavioural strategies at the natal host patch differ in two microsympatric Nasonia species

Mair, Magdalena M. ; Ruther, Joachim


Territoriality occurs in a wide variety of animal taxa. The defence of valuable resources, which in the case of territoriality are bound to a specific location, gives the defender priority of access to these resources. Males often defend areas in which the chance to meet females is high and territoriality frequently includes pheromonal marking. When closely related species co-occur within the ...


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