Informed breeding dispersal following stochastic changes to patch quality in a pond-breeding amphibian

Gabriel Barrile, Annika Walters, Matthew Webster & Anna Chalfoun
1. The unidirectional movement of animals between breeding patches (i.e., breeding dispersal) has profound implications for the ecological and evolutionary dynamics of spatially structured populations. In spatiotemporally variable environments, individuals are expected to adjust their dispersal decisions according to information gathered on the environmental and/or social cues that reflect the fitness prospects in a given breeding patch (i.e., informed dispersal). 2. A paucity of empirical work limits our understanding of the ability of animals to...
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