Opposite shell-coiling morphs of the tropical land snail Amphidromus martensi show no spatial-scale effects

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Craze, P.G.; bin Elahan, B.; Schilthuizen, M.;
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Much can be learned about evolution from the identification of those factors maintaining polymorphisms in natural populations. One polymorphism that is only partially understood occurs in land snail species where individuals may coil clockwise or anti-clockwise. Theory ... View more
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