Data from: Maternal allocation in relation to weather, predation, and social factors in a colonial cooperative bird

Rita Fortuna, Matthieu Paquet, André C. Ferreira, Liliana R. Silva, Franck Theron, Claire Doutrelant & Rita Covas
Females may adjust prenatal allocation in relation to ecological conditions that affect reproductive success, such as weather conditions or predation risk. In cooperative breeders, helpers might also influence reproductive success and previous studies suggest that females can lay smaller eggs or larger clutches when breeding with more helpers. Although recent work suggests that helper effects can vary according to climatic variables, how social and ecological factors interact to shape prenatal allocation is poorly understood. Here,...
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