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5. Lazy males? Bioenergetic differences in energy acquisition and metabolism explain sexual size dimorphism in percids

Michael D. Rennie

Rennie, M.D., Purchase, C.F., Lester, N., Collins, N.C., Shuter, B.J. and Abrams,
P.A. 2008. Journal of Animal Ecology, 77: 916–926. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2656.2008.01412.x 

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