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Sex ratios deviate across killifish species without clear links to life history

Sex ratios deviate across killifish species without clear links to life history

Will Sowersby, Alejandro Gonzalez-Voyer & Björn Rogell  Evolutionary Ecology – volume 34, pages411–426(2020) Abstract Sex ratios can differ from an expected equal proportion of males and females, carrying substantial implications for our understanding of how mating systems evolve. Typically, macro-evolutionary studies have been conducted without assessing how deviations from an equal sex ratio could be explained by sex-biased mortality or dispersal. Our understanding of sex ratio evolution independent of these confounds, in addition to any putative links between skewed sex ratios and other factors…

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Outage on website

Outage on website

The website is now active again. Our host UK2 had detected malicious bot activity and shut down the site while they investigated. We can assure you that no data was compromised as the bot activity was confined to a single application that had no access to the website itself or other applications. It was troubling for us and you that we had no notification but UK2 acted correctly in shutting down the site to prevent any further malicious activity. The…

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