Data from: Patterns of age-related change in reproductive effort differ in the pre-natal and post-natal periods in a long-lived mammal

John T. Paterson, Jay J. Rotella, Jennifer M. Mannas & Robert A. Garrott
Age-related changes in maternal reproductive allocation for long-lived species are a key prediction from life-history theory. Theoretical and empirical work suggests that allocation may increase with age due to constraint (increases with experience) or restraint (increases with age in the face of declining residual reproductive value), and may decrease among the oldest aged animals due to senescence in reproductive function. Here, we use a hierarchical modelling approach to investigate the age-related patterns of change in...
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