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Macho males

作者:景啭吃    发布时间:2019-03-07 10:16:00    

SEXIST stereotypes are alive and well in nests of the social caterpillar Eucheira socialis. Dessie Underwood and Arthur Shapiro of the University of California in Davis found that male caterpillars were first to venture out of the nest and spent most time spinning silk, while females spent more time at home eating. When the researchers reduced the number of males in the nest, the females started acting in a more masculine way (Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, vol 46,

 

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