Data from: Damage from intraspecific combat is costly

Zachary Emberts, Ummat Somjee & John J. Wiens
When individuals engage in fights with conspecifics over access to resources, injuries can occur. Most theory suggests that the costs associated with these injuries should influence an individual’s decision to retreat from a fight. Thus, damage from intraspecific combat is frequently noted and quantified. However, the fitness-related costs associated with this damage are not. Quantifying the cost of fighting-related damage is important because most theory assumes that it is the cost associated with the damage...
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