Digest: Sexual selection in a multibrooded songbird: The social pair matters

Salazar S (2021)
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution .

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Which sources of variance in socially monogamous species offer the largest opportunity for sexual selection? Germain etal. study this question in a double-brooding songbird and find that male reproductive success gained within the social bond stands out as an important source of variance across years and lifetimes. © 2021 The Authors. Evolution © 2021 The Society for the Study of Evolution.
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution
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1558-5646
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2952477

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Salazar S. Digest: Sexual selection in a multibrooded songbird: The social pair matters. Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution . 2021.
Salazar, S. (2021). Digest: Sexual selection in a multibrooded songbird: The social pair matters. Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution . https://doi.org/10.1111/evo.14199
Salazar, S. (2021). Digest: Sexual selection in a multibrooded songbird: The social pair matters. Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution .
Salazar, S., 2021. Digest: Sexual selection in a multibrooded songbird: The social pair matters. Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution .
S. Salazar, “Digest: Sexual selection in a multibrooded songbird: The social pair matters”, Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution , 2021.
Salazar, S.: Digest: Sexual selection in a multibrooded songbird: The social pair matters. Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution . (2021).
Salazar, Stephen. “Digest: Sexual selection in a multibrooded songbird: The social pair matters”. Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution (2021).

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