Data from: Environmental and demographic drivers of male mating success vary across sequential reproductive episodes in a polygynous breeder

Jeffrey A. Manning & Philip D. McLoughlin
Ecological and social factors underpinning the inequality of male mating success in animal societies can be related to sex ratio, sexual conflict between breeders, effects of non-breeders, resource dispersion, climatic conditions, and the various sequential stages of mating competition that constitute the sexual selection process. Here, we conducted an individual-based study to investigate how local resource availability and demography interact with annual climate conditions to determine the degree of male mating inequality, and thus opportunity...
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