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Browsing by Subject "Setophaga citrina"
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(Wiley, 2021-01)Uniparental offspring desertion occurs in a wide variety of avian taxa and usually reflects sexual conflict over parental care. In many species, desertion yields immediate reproductive benefits for deserters if they can ...
The trade-off between molt and parental care in Hooded Warblers: Simultaneous rectrix molt and uniparental desertion of late-season young. (American Ornithological Society, 2018-04-18)Temporal overlap between parental care and molt occurs frequently in birds, but few studies have examined how individuals manage conflicts between these 2 demanding phases of the annual cycle. The potential for trade-offs ...