Assortative Mating by Size in the American Rubyspot Damselfly (Hetaerina americana) View Full Text


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2018-11

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Martín Alejandro Serrano-Meneses, Kenia López-García, Aldo Isaac Carrillo-Muñoz

ABSTRACT

Assortative mating refers to the non-random nature of mating patterns between certain males and females. Thus, males and females may associate negative- or positively, based on different traits. Amongst these associations, assortative mating by size is one of the most common patterns found in natural populations of animals. Two main hypotheses have been proposed to account for the occurrence of assortative mating by size. First, it may be the result of mechanical, temporal, or physiological constraints. Second, it may occur in response to direct or indirect selection on mating preferences. Here we investigate whether the American rubyspot damselfly exhibits true assortative mating by size. Males of this species exhibit high levels of male-male competition, as they compete over territories, to which females are attracted for copulation. There is a documented large male body size advantage: the largest males are better able to hold their territories and thus secure more copulations. Our major results show that i) mated males are more likely to be larger than unmated males, whereas mated and unmated females tend to have similar body sizes; ii) H. americana exhibits true assortative mating by size; as such, this pattern is not driven by seasonal changes in the body sizes of males and females. We suggest that this mating pattern occurs in this species given the advantages of large male size, and the advantages of large female body size (i.e. higher fecundity). We believe that males may be able to evaluate a female’s reproductive value and exert mate choice. More... »

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