Data for: Giant babax helpers claim excess immediate reward in barren high-altitude habitat

Bo Du
In cooperatively breeding species, helpers take higher risk of getting deficit than dominant breeders because of the time-lag between helping and rewarding. Helpers can deal with the risk by curtailing investment or claiming immediate rewards in the cooperation. Given that dominant breeders may rely largely on the aids of helpers in raising their offspring under barren conditions, it can be hypothesized that helpers are more likely to adopt these two adaptive strategies in a barren...
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