Data from: Alternative reproductive tactics in female striped mice: heavier females are more likely to breed solitary than communally

Davina L. Hill, Neville Pillay & Carsten Schradin
1. Alternative reproductive tactics (ARTs) are discrete reproductive phenotypes governed by decision rules called strategies. ARTs are fixed for life in species with alternative strategies, while tactic expression is plastic in species with a single strategy. ARTs have been investigated in males of many species, but few studies have tested whether the same theoretical framework applies in females. 2. Female striped mice (Rhabdomys pumilio) employ three ARTs: communal breeders give birth in a nest shared...
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