Data from: Dominant and subordinate outside options alter help and eviction in a pay-to-stay negotiation model

Jennifer K. Hellmann & Ian M. Hamilton
In several cooperatively breeding species, subordinates that do not help sufficiently are punished or evicted from the group by dominant individuals. The credibility of dominant eviction threats may vary with the social context beyond the group level: when subordinates can easily breed in a neighboring territory, dominant may be less able to demand help from subordinates. Further, dominant ability to enforce subordinate cooperation may be reduced when it is difficult to replace evicted subordinates or...
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