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Genetic Monogamy in Socially Monogamous Mammals Is Primarily Predicted by Multiple Life History Factors: A Meta-Analysis
Background We still do not understand the key drivers or prevalence of genetic monogamy in mammals despite the amount of attention that the evolution of mammalian monogamy has received. There haveExpand
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The role of ultraviolet coloration in intrasexual interactions in a colonial fish
Ultraviolet (UV) coloration varies drastically across species and likely plays fundamentally different roles in facilitating social communication depending on the ecological or social context. WhileExpand
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How to Study Socially Monogamous Behavior in Secretive Animals? Using Social Network Analyses and Automated Tracking Systems to Study the Social Behavior of Prairie Voles
Accurately recording the social and mating behavior of wild animals is necessary to test hypotheses regarding the evolution of monogamous behavior but documenting the behavior of most wild animals isExpand
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How does individual variation in sociality influence fitness in prairie voles?
Comparative studies aid in our understanding of specific conditions favoring the initial evolution of different types of social behaviors, yet there is much unexplained intraspecific variation in theExpand
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How does individual variation in sociality influence fitness in prairie voles?
Comparative studies aid in our understanding of specific conditions favouring the initial evolution of different types of social behaviours, yet there is much unexplained intraspecific variation inExpand
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Personality and behavioral syndromes in two Peromyscus species: presence, lack of state dependence, and lack of association with home range size
Abstract One common theme of adaptive hypotheses for the existence of stable individual differences in behavior (personality) or persistent correlations among behaviors (behavioral syndromes) is anExpand