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An experimental test of condition-dependent male and female mate choice in zebra finches

Bibliographic reference Holveck, Marie-Jeanne ; Geberzahn, Nicole ; Riebel, Katharina. An experimental test of condition-dependent male and female mate choice in zebra finches. In: PLoS One, Vol. 6, no. 8, p. e23974 (2011)
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