Direct and indirect estimates of sperm precedence and displacement in the dragonfly Sympetrum danae (Odonata: Libellulidae) View Full Text


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1988-10

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N. K. Michiels, A. A. Dhondt

ABSTRACT

The non-territorial dragonfly Sympetrum danae shows a high degree of post-copulatory mate-guarding, which suggests precedence of the last male's sperm. Irradiated male techniques revealed that the last male that mates with a female fertilizes an average of 95% (100% in 28% of the cases) of the clutch laid immediately after copulation, irrespective of any previous matings. Sperm volume estimates in both sexes and sperm opacity changes in females at 7 stages of copulation and oviposition indicated that males remove 41–87% of previously deposited sperm from the female's storage organs during the first 5 min of the copulation. Ejaculation takes place during the remaining 10–15 min. We maintain that indirect estimates of precedence in libellulids, based on sperm volume changes, always understimate reality because of the supplementing effect of a “first-in, last out” mechanism. Because males are skilled at achieving sperm precedence, they are forced to be good guards as well, since a risk of take-overs exists. Females are believed to benefit from contact guarding because it results in a lowered risk of male harassment and predation as well as a lower energy expenditure during oviposition. More... »

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257-263

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