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- Liu, Peng-Cheng, et al. Show all 2 Author
- BMC ecology 2019 v.19 no.1 pp. 21
- Anastatus; animals; eggs; empirical research; fecundity; fighting behavior; males; mating competitiveness; parasitoids; virgin females
- ... BACKGROUND: Aggressive behaviour is widely observed in animal kingdom, which compete for resources such as territory, food and mates. Resource value is the most important non-strategic factor influencing fighting behaviour, and may vary among contests and contestants. Usually, contestants adjust their fighting behaviour when the resource value changes, and as potentially damaging and energetically ...