Food allocation in crimson rosella broods: parents differ in their responses to chick hunger
Food allocation in many asynchronously hatching bird species favours large, competitively superior chicks. In contrast, food is usually distributed equally within broods of crimson rosellas, Platycercus elegans, implying that parents do not simply feed th
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