Data from: Differences in patterns of reproductive allocation between the sexes in Nicrophorus orbicollis

Ashlee N. Smith, J. Curtis Creighton & Mark C. Belk
Organisms are selected to maximize lifetime reproductive success by balancing the costs of current reproduction with costs to future survival and fecundity. Males and females typically face different reproductive costs, which makes comparisons of their reproductive strategies difficult. Burying beetles provide a unique system that allows us to compare the costs of reproduction between the sexes because males and females are capable of raising offspring together or alone and carcass preparation and offspring care represent...
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