Data from: Egg size and offspring performance in the collared flycatcher (Ficedula albicollis): a within-clutch approach

Miloš Krist, Vladimír Remeš, Lenka Uvírová, Petr Nádvorník & Stanislav Bureš
Adaptive within-clutch allocation of resources by laying females is an important focus of evolutionary studies. However, the critical assumption of these studies, namely that within-clutch egg-size deviations affect offspring performance, has been properly tested only rarely. In this study, we investigated effects of within-clutch deviations in egg size on nestling survival, weight, fledgling condition, structural size and offspring recruitment to the breeding population in the collared flycatcher (Ficedula albicollis). Besides egg-size effects, we also followed...
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