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Sperm-depleted males influence the reproductive behaviour of conspecifics

Bibliographic reference Louapre, Philippe ; Llopis, Stéphanie ; Martel, Véronique ; van Baaren, Joan. Sperm-depleted males influence the reproductive behaviour of conspecifics. In: Naturwissenschaften, , p. 1-8 (2014)
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