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Are high-quality mates always attractive ? State-dependent mate preferences in birds and humans.

Bibliographic reference Riebel, Katharina ; Holveck, Marie-Jeanne ; Verhulst, Simon ; Fawcett, Tim W. . Are high-quality mates always attractive ? State-dependent mate preferences in birds and humans.. In: Communicative & Integrative Biology, Vol. 3, no.3, p. 271-273 (2010)
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