Data from: Nest decoration as social signals by males and females: greenery and feathers in starling colonies

Juan G. Rubalcaba, Daniel Fuentes, José P. Veiga & Vicente Polo
The expression of elaborated displays provides reliable information to conspecifics about the quality of the signaler. Competition for breeding resources or mates is predicted to affect the expression of signals in both males and females; however, the literature has been typically focused on male behaviors. The spotless starling is an interesting example where both sexes decorate the nest to signal their condition and social status: males add green plants at the beginning of the breeding...
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