Multiple mating in a lizard increases fecundity but provides no evidence for genetic benefits
Multiple paternity is taxonomically widespread, yet the relative role of direct and indirect (genetic) fitness benefits in explaining the evolution of multiple mating is a topic of intense debate. We test whether female Eastern Water Skinks (Eulamprus quo
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