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Research into the paternity of offspring produced by traumatic insemination has found "significant" last-sperm precedence. That is, the last male to traumatically inseminate a female tends to sire most of the offspring from that female. Many reasons for the evolutionary adaptation of traumatic insemination as a mating strategy have been suggested. One is that traumatic insemination is an adaptation to the development of the mating plug , a reproductive mechanism used by many species.
Once a male finishes copulating, he injects a glutinous secretion into the female's reproductive tract, thereby "literally glu[ing] her genital tract closed".
Others have argued that the practice of traumatic insemination may have been an adaptation for males to circumvent female resistance to mating  to eliminate courtship time, allowing one male to inseminate many mates when contact between them is brief;  or that it evolved as a new development in the sperm competition as a means to deposit sperm as close to the ovaries as possible.
This bizarre method of insemination probably evolved as male bed bugs competed with each other to place their sperm closer and closer to the mother lode of eggs, the ovaries.
Some male insects evolved long penises with which they enter the vagina but bypass the female's storage pouch and deposit their sperm further upstream close to the ovaries. A few males, notably among bed bugs, evolved traumatic insemination instead, and eventually this strange procedure became the norm among these insects. It has recently been discovered that members of the plant bug genus Coridromius Miridae also practice traumatic insemination.
In these bugs, the male intromittent organ is formed by the coupling of the aedeagus with the left paramere, as in bed bugs. Females also exhibit paragenital modifications at the site of intromission, which include grooves and invaginated copulatory tubes to guide the male paramere.
The evolution of traumatic insemination in Coridromius represents a third independent emergence of this form of mating within the true bugs. While advantageous to the reproductive success of the individual male, traumatic insemination imposes a cost on females: The male bed bug aedeagus has been shown to carry five human pathogenic microbes, and the exoskeleton of female bed bugs nine, including Penicillium chrysogenum , Staphylococcus saprophyticus , Stenotrophomonas maltophilia , Bacillus licheniformis , and Micrococcus luteus.
Tests with blood agar have shown some of these species can survive in vivo. This suggests infections from these species may contribute to the increased mortality rate in bed bugs due to traumatic insemination. The successive woundings each require energy to heal, leaving less energy available for other activities.
Also, the wounds provide a possible point of infection which can reduce the female's lifespan. There is a tendency for dense colonies of bed bugs kept in laboratories to go extinct, starting with adult females. The effects of traumatic insemination are deleterious to the female.
Female bed bugs have evolved a pair of specialized reproductive organs "paragenitalia" at the site of penetration.
Known as the ectospermalege and mesospermalege referred to collectively as spermalege , these organs serve as sperm-receptacles from which sperm can migrate to the ovaries. The genital tract, though functional,  is used only for laying fertilized eggs. The ectospermalege is a swelling in the abdomen, often folded, filled with hemocytes. The ectospermalege is visible externally in most bed bug species, giving the male a target through which to impale the female with the paramere. In species without an externally visible ectospermalege, traumatic insemination takes place over a wide range of the body surface.
Exactly why males 'comply' with this aspect of female control over the site of mating is unclear, especially as male P. One possibility is that mating outside the ectospermalege reduces female fecundity to such an extent that the mating male's paternity is significantly reduced The ectospermalege appears to act as a mating guide, directing the male's copulatory interest, and therefore damage, to a restricted area of the female's abdomen. The mesospermalege is a sac attached to the inner abdomen, under the ectospermalege.
Sperm is injected through the male's aedeagus into the mesospermalege. In some species, the ectospermalege directly connects to the ovaries — thus, sperm and ejaculate never enters the hemolymph and thus never trigger an immune reaction. The exact characteristics of the spermalege vary widely across different species of bed bugs. However, males in the genus Afrocimex possess an ectospermalege. Male bed bugs have evolved chemoreceptors on their aedeagi.
After impaling a female, the male can "taste" if a female has been recently mated. If he does, he will not copulate as long and will ejaculate less fluid into the female. Although traumatic insemination is most widely practiced among heteropterans typical bugs , the phenomenon has been observed across a wide variety of other invertebrate taxa. Traumatic insemination is not limited to male—female couplings. Male homosexual traumatic inseminations have been observed in the flower bug Xylocoris maculipennis  and bed bugs of the genus Afrocimex.
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Most scholars think it can, by analogy with the regulation of the Senate in article 65, which explicitly foresees such action. The Chambers of the Italian Parliament enjoy special prerogatives to guarantee their autonomy with respect to other parts of Government:.
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In Xylocoris maculipennis , after a male traumatically inseminates another male, the injected sperm migrate to the testes. Markt-Portfolios und dem risikolosen Zinssatz.