María Carla de Aranzamendi

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The monk parakeet (Myiopsitta monachus) is a widespread invasive species native to southern South America that has become established in many regions of the world. Monk parakeets breed in a large, fully enclosed structure built from twigs, which consist of one to many individual brooding chambers. The species has been considered to be socially and(More)
Monk Parakeets (Myiopsitta monachus) are cooperative breeders, which means that one adult helps the breeding pair (trios). We found a breeding trio composed of two males and one female in a single breeding chamber of a two-chamber compound nest. Males were full siblings. The female was the half sibling of both males. The female and one male were genetic(More)
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