Assessing the repeatability, robustness to disturbance, and parent‐offspring colony resemblance of collective behavior

David Fisher, James Lichtenstein, Raul Costa-Pereira, Justin Yeager & Jonathan Pruitt
Groups of animals possess phenotypes such as collective behaviour, which may determine the fitness of group members. However, the stability and robustness to perturbations of collective phenotypes in natural conditions is not established. Furthermore, whether group phenotypes are transmitted from parent to offspring groups with fidelity is required for understanding how selection on group phenotypes contributes to evolution, but parent-offspring resemblance at the group level is rarely estimated. We evaluated the repeatability, robustness to perturbation,...
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