Data from: Alien eggs in duck nests: brood parasitism or a help from Grandma?

Ralph Tiedemann, Kirsten B Paulus, Katja Havenstein, Sverrir Thorstensen, Aevar Petersen, Peter Lyngs & Michel C Milinkovitch
Intraspecific brood parasitism (IBP) is a remarkable phenomenon by which parasitic females can increase their reproductive output by laying eggs in conspecific females' nests in addition to incubating eggs in their own nest. Kin selection could explain the tolerance, or even the selective advantage, of IBP, but different models of IBP based on game theory yield contradicting predictions. Our analyses of 7 polymorphic autosomal microsatellites in two eider duck colonies indicate that relatedness between host...
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