Sex biased natal dispersal in a closed, saturated population of Seychelles warblers Acrocephalus sechellensis
The distances that individuals disperse, from their natal site to the site of first breeding and between breeding sites, have important consequences for the dynamics and genetic structure of a population. Nearly all previous studies on dispersal have the
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