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Sexual dimorphism in a French population of the marbled newt, Triturus marmoratus (Urodela: Salamandridae).

Reinhard, S. & A. Kupfer. Salamandra 51(2). Amphibians have developed a large set of life-history strategies and demonstrate an impressive diversity of reproductive patterns compared to other vertebrates. Various selection pressures impact on males and females and see them produce different degrees of sexual dimorphism in order to maximise their reproductive success. Leer más.

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