Why do males care for their competitor's offspring?

Szekely T, Hoffman J, Krüger O (2013)
Animal Behaviour 86(6): e1-e2.

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Szekely T, Hoffman J, Krüger O. Why do males care for their competitor's offspring? Animal Behaviour. 2013;86(6):e1-e2.
Szekely, T., Hoffman, J., & Krüger, O. (2013). Why do males care for their competitor's offspring? Animal Behaviour, 86(6), e1-e2.
Szekely, T., Hoffman, J., and Krüger, O. (2013). Why do males care for their competitor's offspring? Animal Behaviour 86, e1-e2.
Szekely, T., Hoffman, J., & Krüger, O., 2013. Why do males care for their competitor's offspring? Animal Behaviour, 86(6), p e1-e2.
T. Szekely, J. Hoffman, and O. Krüger, “Why do males care for their competitor's offspring?”, Animal Behaviour, vol. 86, 2013, pp. e1-e2.
Szekely, T., Hoffman, J., Krüger, O.: Why do males care for their competitor's offspring? Animal Behaviour. 86, e1-e2 (2013).
Szekely, Tamas, Hoffman, Joseph, and Krüger, Oliver. “Why do males care for their competitor's offspring?”. Animal Behaviour 86.6 (2013): e1-e2.
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