Data from: Sibling competition does not exacerbate inbreeding depression in the burying beetle Nicrophorus vespilloides

Natalie Pilakouta, Daniel J. Sieber & Per T. Smiseth
Inbreeding results from matings between relatives and can cause a reduction in offspring fitness, known as inbreeding depression. Previous work has shown that a wide range of environmental stresses, such as extreme temperatures, starvation, and parasitism, can exacerbate inbreeding depression. It has recently been argued that stresses due to intraspecific competition should have a stronger effect on the severity of inbreeding depression than stresses due to harsh physical conditions. Here, we tested whether an increase...
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