A natural history of sex: the ecology and evolution of sexual behavior

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Scribner's, 1986 - Nature - 190 pages
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Using examples from the full biological spectrum--from fungi to man--the author applies modern evolutionary logic to explain the genetic underpinings of sexual behavior

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CONSUMING PASSIONS
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HONEST SALESMEN
31
NEW SNEAKERS
42
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