Cold winters have morph-specific effects on natal dispersal distance in a wild raptor

Arianna Passarotto, Arianna Passarotto, Chiara Morosinotto, Jon Brommer, Esa Aaltonen, Kari Ahola, Teuvo Karstinen & Patrik Karell
Dispersal is a key process with crucial implications in spatial distribution, density and genetic structure of species’ populations. Dispersal strategies can vary according to both individual and environmental features, but putative phenotype-by-environment interactions have rarely been accounted for. Melanin-based color polymorphism is a phenotypic trait associated with specific behavioral and physiological profiles and is therefore a good candidate trait to study dispersal tactics in different environments. Here, using a 40 years dataset of a population...
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