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Photo of dung beetle males examined in the study.

Shown are dung beetle males of two of the ten Onthophagus species examined in the study. From top to bottom: O. gazella (South Africa) and O. sagittarius (Indonesia).

Credit: Armin Moczek


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Photo of dung beetle males examined in the study.

Shown are dung beetle males of two of the ten Onthophagus species examined in the study. From top to bottom: O. watanabei (North Borneo) and O. taurus (Mediterranean).

Credit: Armin Moczek


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Photo of Harald Parzer and Armin Moczek in the laboratory at Indiana University.

Harald Parzer and Armin Moczek in the laboratory at Indiana University.

Credit: Armin Moczek, Indiana University


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