Data from: Why does it take two to tango? lifetime fitness consequences of parental care in a burying beetle

Ashlee N. Smith, J. Curtis Creighton & Mark C. Belk
In species that require parental care, each parent can either care for their offspring or leave them in the care of the other parent. For each parent this creates three possible parental care strategies: biparental care, uniparental (male or female) care, and uniparental desertion by either the male or female. The burying beetle, Nicrophorus orbicollis, typically exhibits biparental care of offspring, and thus provides a unique system that allows us to compare the fitness benefits...
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