Data from: Delayed dispersal and prolonged brood care in a family-living beetle

Jacqueline R. Dillard, Thomas A. Maigret, J. R. Dillard & T. A. Maigret
Delayed juvenile dispersal is an important prerequisite for the evolution of family-based social systems, such as cooperative breeding and eusociality. In general, young adults forego dispersal if there are substantial benefits to remaining in the natal nest and/or the likelihood of dispersing and breeding successfully is low. We investigate some general factors thought to drive delayed juvenile dispersal in the horned passalus beetle, a family-living beetle in which young adults remain with their families in...
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