Data from: Male vocalizations convey information on kinship and inbreeding in a Lekking bird

Clément Cornec, Alexandre Robert, Fanny Rybak & Yves Hingrat
Kinship and inbreeding are two major components involved in sexual selection and mating system evolution. However, the mechanisms underlying recognition and discrimination of genetically related or inbred individuals remain unclear. We investigated whether kinship and inbreeding information is related to low frequency vocalizations, “booms”, produced by males during their courtship in the lekking houbara bustard (Chlamydotis undulata undulata). Based on a captive breeding programme where the pedigree of all males is known, we investigated the...
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