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Species Differences in Male Parental Care in Birds: A Reexamination of Correlates with Paternity
The AUK: A Quarterly Journal of Ornithology
Smith 1978, 1982; Werren et al. 1980; Wittenberger 1981; Westneat et al. 1990; Simmons and Parker 1996). Empirical results on the issue clearly could be useful in resolving the controversy, and Moller and Birkhead (1993) recently offered such; their comparative analyses of the relationship between male parental care and paternity in birds is the only such study available for any taxon. Using paternity data from 52 species, they found a significant negative relationship between the share ofdoi:10.2307/4089381 fatcat:tvfxupx4prg2pm2igz6ajfdaem