Pair bond duration influences paternal provisioning and the primary sex ratio of brown thornbill broods
Parents should vary their level of investment in sons and daughters in response to the fitness costs and benefits accrued through male and female offspring. I investigated brood sex ratio biases and parental provisioning behaviour in the brown thornbill,
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