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SHELL CONDITION AND BREEDING SUCCESS IN TANNER CRABS

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ABSTRACT When pairs of similar-sized old-shell and new-shell male Chionoecetes bairdi Rathbun were presented with multiparous mates, the old-shell males dominated during 70% of the copulations. In 39% of all copulations, possession of the female was contested. Old-shell males won 69% of those contested matings. Males that recently molted did not copulate with either primiparous or multiparous females.

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2017-07-22

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