Positive effects of helpers on reproductive success in the brown treecreeper and the general importance of future benefits
1. Numerous studies of cooperatively breeding species have tested for effects of helpers on reproductive success to evaluate hypotheses for the evolution of cooperation, but relatively few have used experimental or statistical approaches that control for
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