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Adhikary, P.; Malik, U.; Barik, A. Effects of four varieties of Lathyrus sativus (Fabaceae) seeds on the bionomics of Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) 2016 The Canadian Entomologist 148 102-111 doi
Berger, D.; Martinossi-Allibert, I.; Grieshop, K.; Lind, M.I.; Maklakov, A.A.; Arnqvist, G. Intralocus Sexual Conflict and the Tragedy of the Commons in Seed Beetles 2016 The American Naturalist 188 E98-E112 doi
Berger, D.; You, T.; Minano, M.R.; Grieshop, K.; Lind, M.I.; Arnqvist, G.; Maklakov, A.A. Sexually antagonistic selection on genetic variation underlying both male and female same-sex sexual behavior 2016 BMC Evolutionary Biology 16 doi
Duan, C.X.; Li, W.C.; Zhu, Z.D.; Li, D.D.; Sun, S.L.; Wang, X.M. Genetic differentiation and diversity of Callosobruchus chinensis collections from China 2016 Bulletin of Entomological Research 106 124-134 doi
Grieshop, K.; Stångberg, J.; Martinossi-Allibert, I.; Arnqvist, G.; Berger, D. Strong sexual selection in males against a mutation load that reduces offspring production in seed beetles 2016 Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29 1201-1210 doi
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