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Dunnock social status correlates with sperm speed, but fast sperm does not always equal high fitness.

Death feigning as an adaptive anti-predator behavior: further evidence for its evolution from artificial selection and natural populations.

Warmer temperatures enhance beneficial mutation effects.

Effects of inbreeding on behavioural plasticity of parent-offspring interactions in a burying beetle.

The target of selection matters: An established resistance - development-time negative genetic trade-off is not found when selecting on development time.

Diversity in CRISPR-based immunity protects susceptible genotypes by restricting phage spread and evolution.

Condition-dependent mortality exacerbates male (but not female) reproductive senescence and the potential for sexual conflict.

Co-foundress confinement elicits kinship effects in a naturally sub-social parasitoid.

Experimental evidence for accelerated adaptation to desiccation through sexual selection on males.

Delusions of grandeur: Seed count is not a good fitness proxy under individual variation in phenology.

Male phenotypes in a female framework: Evidence for degeneration in sperm produced by male snails from asexual lineages.

Mechanical and structural adaptations to migration in the flight feathers of a Palaearctic passerine.

Sexual selection and population divergence III: Interspecific and intraspecific variation in mating signals.

Evaluating the existence and benefit of major histocompatibility complex-based mate choice in an isolated owl population.

No evidence for divergence in male harmfulness or female resistance in response to changes in the opportunity for dispersal.

Female-driven intersexual coevolution in beetle genitalia.

Genotypes and their interaction effects on reproduction and mating-induced immune activation in Drosophila melanogaster.

Hybridization and transgressive exploration of colour pattern and wing morphology in Heliconius butterflies.

Fork tails evolved differently in swallows and swifts.

Genotype-environment interactions rule the response of a widespread butterfly to temperature variation.

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