Data from: Paternal reproductive success drives sex allocation in a wild mammal

Mathieu Douhard, Marco Festa-Bianchet, Dave W. Coltman, Fanie Pelletier & David W. Coltman
Parents should bias sex allocation toward offspring of the sex most likely to provide higher fitness returns. Trivers and Willard proposed that for polygynous mammals, females should adjust sex-ratio at conception or bias allocation of resources toward the most profitable sex, according to their own body condition. However, the possibility that mammalian fathers may influence sex allocation has seldom been considered. Here, we show that the probability of having a son increased from 0.31 to...
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