BEHAVIORAL VARIATION IN NATURAL POPULATIONS. I. PHENOTYPIC, GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL CORRELATIONS BETWEEN CHEMORECEPTIVE RESPONSES TO PREY IN THE GARTER SNAKE, THAMNOPHIS ELEGANS

Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
S J Arnold

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