Data from "Meek males and fighting females: sexually-dimorphic antipredator behavior and locomotor performance is explained by morphology in bark scorpions (Centruroides vittatus)". Carlson et al. 2014, PLOS One

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Work Title Data from "Meek males and fighting females: sexually-dimorphic antipredator behavior and locomotor performance is explained by morphology in bark scorpions (Centruroides vittatus)". Carlson et al. 2014, PLOS One
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  1. Matthew P. Rowe
  2. Shannen McGinley
  3. Bradley E. Carlson
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  1. antipredator behavior
  2. scorpion
  3. sexual dimorphism
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Deposited April 09, 2014

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