Data from: Decreased selectivity during mate choice in a small-sized population of a long-lived seabird

Joël Bried, Malvina Andris, Marie-Pierre Dubois & Philippe Jarne
As biparental care is crucial for breeding success in Procellariiformes seabirds (i.e., albatrosses and petrels), these species are expected to be choosy during pair formation. However, the choice of partners is limited in small-sized populations, which might lead to random pairing. In Procellariiformes, the consequences of such limitations for mating strategies have been examined in a single species. Here, we studied mate choice in another Procellariiforme, Bulwer’s petrel Bulweria bulwerii, in the Azores (ca 70...
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