Data from: Biparental incubation patterns in a high-Arctic breeding shorebird: how do pairs divide their duties?

Martin Bulla, Mihai Valcu, Anne L. Rutten & Bart Kempenaers
In biparental species, parents may be in conflict over how much they invest into their offspring. To understand this conflict, parental care needs to be accurately measured, something rarely done. Here, we quantitatively describe the outcome of parental conflict in terms of quality, amount and timing of incubation throughout the 21 day incubation period in a population of semipalmated sandpipers (Calidris pusilla) breeding under continuous daylight in the High Arctic. Incubation quality, measured by egg...
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