Complex patterns of food allocation in asynchronously hatching broods of crimson rosellas
In birds, asynchronous hatching typically leads to lower growth and survival of last-hatched chicks. However, all crimson rosella, Platycercus elegans, chicks grow at the same rate, although first-hatched chicks can be as much as seven times heavier than
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