European dung-fly females all aflutter for large males

European and North American black scavenger flies - also called dung flies as their larvae develop in the feces of vertebrates and thus break them down - belong to the same species. Nevertheless, they strongly differ in mating behavior and SSD. North American dung fly females are larger than males, the usual dimorphism in insects. European dung flies, however, are more unusual with males being con Source: University of Zurich - Discipline: Evolution

European dung-fly females all aflutter for large males

European and North American black scavenger flies – also called dung flies as their larvae develop in the feces of vertebrates and thus break them down – belong to the same species. ...

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