Subordinate superb fairy-wrens ( Malurus cyaneus) parasitize the reproductive success of attractive dominant males
Double, Michael; Cockburn, Andrew
Explanations of cooperative breeding have largely focused on the indirect benefits philopatric offspring gain from investing in kin. However, recent molecular studies have revealed that in many species subordinates provision unrelated offspring. This has
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