• Asymmetric and Spiraled Genitalia Coevolve with Unique Lateralized Mating Behavior 

      Orbach, Dara N.; Brennan, Patricia L. R.; Hedrick, Brandon P.; Keener, William; Webber, Marc A.; Mesnick, Sarah L.; Orbach, Dara N.; Brennan, Patricia L. R.; Hedrick, Brandon P.; Keener, William; Webber, Marc A.; Mesnick, Sarah L. (Nature Scientific Reports, 2020-02-24)
      Asymmetric genitalia and lateralized mating behaviors occur in several taxa, yet whether asymmetric morphology in one sex correlates or coevolves with lateralized mating behavior in the other sex remains largely unexplored. ...