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Data from: Strong male/male competition allows for nonchoosy females: high levels of polygynandry in a territorial frog with paternal care

Eva Ursprung, Max Ringler, Robert Jehle & Walter Hödl
Our knowledge about genetic mating systems and the underlying causes for and consequences of variation in reproductive success has substantially improved in recent years. When linked to longitudinal population studies, cross-generational pedigrees across wild populations can help answer a wide suite of questions in ecology and evolutionary biology. We used microsatellite markers and exhaustive sampling of two successive adult generations to obtain population-wide estimates of individual reproductive output of males and females in a natural...

Data from: Strong male/male competition allows for nonchoosy females: high levels of polygynandry in a territorial frog with paternal care

Eva Ursprung, Max Ringler, Robert Jehle & Walter Hödl
Our knowledge about genetic mating systems and the underlying causes for and consequences of variation in reproductive success has substantially improved in recent years. When linked to longitudinal population studies, cross-generational pedigrees across wild populations can help answer a wide suite of questions in ecology and evolutionary biology. We used microsatellite markers and exhaustive sampling of two successive adult generations to obtain population-wide estimates of individual reproductive output of males and females in a natural...

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