Literature

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Svensson, B. G. , Petersson, E., Forsgren, E1989Why do males of the dance fly Empis borealis refuse to mate? The importance of female age and size.
Alcock, J1973The mating behavior of Empis barbatoides Melander and Empis poplitea Loew (Diptera: Empididae)
Chvála, M1994The Empidoidea (Diptera) of Fennoscandia and Denmark. III. Genus Empis
Funk, DH, Tallamy, DW2000Courtship role reversal and deceptive signals in the long-tailed dance fly, Rhamphomyia longicauda
Newkirk, MR1970Biology of the long-tailed dance fly, Rhamphomyia longicauda (Diptera: Empididae): a new look at swarming
Sadowski, JA, Moore, AJ, Brodie, ED1999The evolution of empty nuptial gifts in a dance fly Empis snoddyi (Diptera: Empididae): bigger isn't always better
Steyskal, GC1969New species of Empididae of the genera Empis, Hilara, and Hormopeza from Georgia, with a synopsis of the North American species of Hormopeza
Steyskal, GC1941A curious habit of an empidid fly
Svensson, BG1997Swarming behavior, sexual dimorphism, and female reproductive status in the sex role-reversed dance fly species Rhamphomyia marginata
Svensson, BG, Petersson, E2000Swarm site fidelity in the sex role-reversed dance fly Empis borealis
Svensson, BG, Petersson, E1992Why insects swarm: testing the models for lek mating systems on swarming Empis borealis females
Svensson, BG, Petersson, E1988Non-random mating in the dance fly Empis borealis: the importance of male choice
Svensson, BG, Petersson, E1987Sex-role reversed courtship behaviour, sexual dimorphism and nuptial gift in the dance fly, Empis borealis (L.)
Svensson, BG, Petersson, E, Frisk, M1990Nuptial gift size prolongs copulation duration in the dance fly Empis borealis.
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