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Figure 1. Sex ratio as WIN 64338 function of (a) densities and (b) cage volumes (as natural logarithms) in published B. anynana mating experiments and in our experiment. Source: Scopus, keywords ‘mating AND bicyclus anynana’ in ‘article title, abstract, keywords’ field, on 14 October 2014 and additional literature search. (1) Brakefield et al. (2001); (2) Breuker and Brakefield (2002); (3) Costanzo and Monteiro (2007); (4) Ferkau and Fischer (2006); (5) Fischer (2006); (6) Fischer et al. (2008); (7) Fischer, Zimmer, and Wedell (2009); (8) Frankino et al. (2005); (9) Frankino et al. (2007); (10) Geister and Fischer (2007); (11) Heuskin et al. (2014); (12) Janowitz and Fischer (2010); (13) Janowitz and Fischer (2011); (14) Janowitz and Fischer (2012); (15) Joron and Brakefield (2003); (16) Karl and Fischer (2013); (17) Karl et al. (2013); (18) Kehl et al. (2014); (19) Lewis and Wedell (2007); (20) Nieberding et al. (2012); (21) Nieberding et al. (2008); (22) Prudic et al. (2011); (23) Robertson and Monteiro (2005); (24) Saccheri and Brakefield (2002); (25) van Bergen et al. (2013); (26) Westerman and Monteiro (2013); (27) Westerman, Drucker, et al. (2014); (28) Westerman, Hodgins-Davis, Dinwiddie, & Monteiro (2012); (29) Westerman, Chirathivat, et al. (2014); (30) Zwaan, Zijlstra, Keller, Pijpe, and Brakefield (2008); (31) epididymis study.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide