Data from: Understanding the social dynamics of breeding phenology: indirect genetic effects and assortative mating in a long distance migrant

Maria Moiron, Yimen G. Araya-Ajoy, Céline Teplitsky, Sandra Bouwhuis & Anne Charmantier
Phenological traits, such as the timing of reproduction, are often influenced by social interactions between paired individuals. Such partner effects may occur when pair members affect each other’s pre-breeding environment. Partner effects can be environmentally and/or genetically determined, and quantifying direct and indirect genetic effects is important for understanding the evolutionary dynamics of phenological traits. Here, using 26 years of data from a pedigreed population of a migratory seabird, the common tern ( Sterna hirundo...
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