Data from: Nest as an extended phenotype signal of female quality in the great reed warbler

Václav Jelínek, Milica Požgayová, Marcel Honza & Petr Procházka
Extended phenotypes with signalling function are mostly restricted to animal taxa that use construction behaviour during courtship displays. However, they can be used also as post-mating signals of mate quality, allowing individuals to obtain reliable information about their partners. Nest size may have such a signalling function and a lot of indirect evidence supports this view. However, direct evidence based on an experimental approach is still widely missing. Here we test the role of nest...
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