Data from: Breeding system evolution influenced the geographic expansion and diversification of the core Corvoidea (Aves: Passeriformes)

Petter Z. Marki, Pierre-Henri Fabre, Knud A. Jønsson, Carsten Rahbek, Jon Fjeldså & Jonathan D. Kennedy
Birds vary greatly in their life-history strategies, including their breeding systems, which range from brood parasitism to a system with multiple non-breeding helpers at the nest. By far the most common arrangement, however, is where both parents participate in raising the young. The traits associated with parental care have been suggested to affect dispersal propensity and lineage diversification, but to date tests of this potential relationship at broad temporal and spatial scales have been limited....
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