The Economics of Egg Trading: Mating Rate, Sperm Competition and Positive Frequency-Dependence
Egg trading—the alternating exchange of egg parcels during mating by simultaneous hermaphrodites—is one of the best-documented examples of reciprocity between non-relatives. By offering eggs only to partners who reciprocate, traders increase their rep
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