Extrapair paternity rates vary with latitude and elevation in emberizid sparrows.


Mating systems can vary among species and populations and thus influence evolutionary trajectories, ecological traits, and population demography. The siring of offspring by an extrapair male, or extrapair paternity (EPP), is a widespread and varied phenomenon in all vertebrate classes. However, we do not understand all of the factors associated with… (More)
DOI: 10.1086/674130

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