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A test of genetic association among male nuptial coloration, female mating preference, and male aggression bias within a polymorphic population of cichlid fish
van der Sluijs, I., Dijkstra, P. D., Lindeyer, C. M., Visser, B., Smith, A. M., Groothuis, T. G. G., … Seehausen, O. (2013). A test of genetic association among male nuptial coloration, female mating preference, and male aggression bias within a polymorphic population of cichlid fish. Current Zoology, 59(2), 221-229. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/11370/56bdfe69-985c-427f-9433-64aab10e9786
Mechanisms of species divergence through visual adaptation and sexual selection: perspectives from a cichlid model system
Maan, M. E., & Seehausen, O. (2010). Mechanisms of species divergence through visual adaptation and sexual selection: perspectives from a cichlid model system. Current Zoology, 56(3), 285-299. Retrieved from http://www.rug.nl/research/portal/en/publications/mechanisms-of-species-divergence-through-visual-adaptation-and-sexual-selection(baf62b67-2f34-4848-a37d-de084946182f).html
No evidence for a genetic association between female mating preference and male secondary sexual trait in a Lake Victoria cichlid fish
van der Sluijs, I., Seehausen, O., Van Dooren, T. J. M., & van Alphen, J. J. M. (2010). No evidence for a genetic association between female mating preference and male secondary sexual trait in a Lake Victoria cichlid fish. Current Zoology, 56(1), 57-64.