Male–female conflict over mating rate can drive rapid evolution and lead to female refusal to mate with males from other populations, so implicating sexual conflict in the generation of biodiversity.
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Tregenza, T. The battle between the sexes. Nature 423, 929–930 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1038/423929a
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