Jennions, Michael; Kahn, Andrew; Kelly, Clint; Kokko, Hanna
The action of sexual selection is highly variable among taxa. This creates challenges when trying to generalize (e. g. determine if a particular relationship exists based on its average strength, or if it varies in response to theoretically relevant factors). Consequently, accounting for moderating factors is likely to be crucial to explain differences in sexual selection among studies. In principle, given measures of key theoretical parameters we can predict the strength of sexual selection on...[Show more]
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