Why some species of birds do not avoid inbreeding: insights from New Zealand robins and saddlebacks
When dispersal options are limited and encounters with relatives are likely, individuals need to recognize and avoid mating with kin to avoid the fitness costs of close inbreeding. New Zealand robins and saddlebacks are genetically monogamous and possess
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