Data from: Are prenatal maternal resources more important in competitive than in benign postnatal environments?

Miloš Krist, Martin Janča, Anaïs Edme & Rudolf Dzuro
According to theoretical models, the optimal solution of the life-history trade-off between the number and size of offspring depends on the quality of the environment. Offspring size should be more important for their fitness in more competitive environments. This idea was rarely experimentally tested in taxa with prolonged periods of parental postnatal care, such as in birds. Here we manipulated the offspring rearing environment by enlarging or reducing brood size. Enlarged broods suffered greater mortality...
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