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  1. Exploration is dependent on reproductive state, not social state, in a cooperatively breeding bird

    Edwards, H. A., Dugdale, H. L., Richardson, D. S., Komdeur, J. & Burke, T. Dec-2016 In : Behavioral Ecology. 27, 6, p. 1889-1896 8 p.

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  2. Consequences of sibling rivalry vary across life in a passerine bird

    Bebbington, K., Kingma, S. A., Fairfield, E. A., Spurgin, L. G., Komdeur, J. & Richardson, D. S. Apr-2017 In : Behavioral Ecology. 28, 2, p. 407-418 12 p.

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  3. Joint care can outweigh costs of nonkin competition in communal breeders

    Bebbington, K., Fairfield, E. A., Spurgin, L. G., Kingma, S. A., Dugdale, H., Komdeur, J. & Richardson, D. Feb-2018 In : Behavioral Ecology. 29, 1, p. 169-178 10 p.

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  4. Differential dispersal costs and sex-biased dispersal distance in a cooperatively breeding bird

    Kingma, S. A., Komdeur, J., Burke, T. & Richardson, D. S. 1-Aug-2017 In : Behavioral Ecology. 28, 4, p. 1113-1121 9 p.

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  5. No fitness benefits of early molt in a fairy-wren: Relaxed sexual selection under genetic monogamy?

    Kingma, S. A., Fan, M., hall, M. L., Mandeltort, L., Hidalgo Aranzamendi, N., Delhey, K. & Peters, A. Aug-2017 In : Behavioral Ecology. 28, 4, p. 1055-1067 13 p.

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