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Within-species skull shape variation of marsupial mammals is widely considered low and strongly size-dependent (allometric), possibly due ..read more
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Nervous tissue is an inherent component of the many specialized genital structures for transferring sperm directly into the female’s body ..read more
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In contrast to traditional models of purifying selection and a single aposematic signal in Müllerian complexes, some communities of ..read more
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Although the sensory drive hypothesis can explain the geographic variation in echolocation frequencies of some bat species, the molecular ..read more
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Pallenopsis patagonica (Hoek, 1881) is a morphologically and genetically variable sea spider species whose taxonomic classification is ..read more
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Novel feeding adaptations often facilitate adaptive radiation and diversification. But the evolutionary origins of such feeding adaptations ..read more
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In Southeast Asia, males of the Siamese fighting fish Betta splendens have been selected across centuries for paired-staged fights. During ..read more
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Monogononta is a large clade of rotifers comprised of diverse morphological forms found in a wide range of ecological habitats. Most ..read more
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Large numbers of endemic species inhabit subantarctic continental coasts and islands that are characterised by highly variable ..read more
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Selecting high-quality habitat and the optimal time to reproduce can increase individual fitness and is a strong evolutionary factor ..read more

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