Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Sexual Symmetry

Any situation in nature in which the values for a dimorphic character are equal, such as the number of males and females in a population, the fertility or mortality rates for males and females, the amount of parental investment, etc. In most diploid species, symmetry is not the most common case; see sexual asymmetry.

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