Data from: Context-dependent strategies of food allocation among offspring in a facultative cooperative breeder

Jianqiang Li, Yong Wang, Lei Lv, Pengcheng Wang, Ben J. Hatchwell & Zhengwang Zhang
Natural selection should favor adoption of parental strategies that maximize fitness when allocating investment among offspring. In birds, begging displays often convey information of nestling need and quality, allowing parents to make adaptive food allocation decisions. We investigated how adults utilized cues likely to represent nestling competitive ability (begging position) and need (begging intensity), and a cue independent of nestling control (nestling sex) to distribute food among nestlings in a facultative cooperative breeder, the black-throated...
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