Date of Award
Master of Science
Masters Thesis-Open Access
Caged wasps of Euodynerus foraminatus were given a choice of a sibling or a nonsibling for mates. Two types of experiments were conducted: female choice and male choice. For female choice experiments one female, a sibling male, and an unrelated male were introduced into an observation cage. For male choice experiments one male, a sibling female, and an unrelated female were introduced into an observation cage. Females preferred to mate with siblings, but males mated randomly with regard to family relationship.
Chambegga, "Mate Choice: Investigation of Mating Preference for Siblings Versus Nonsiblings in the Solitary Vespid Wasp Euodynerus Foraminatus" (1992). Master's Theses. 892.