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Decomposing variation in male reproductive success: age-specific variances and covariances through extra-pair and within-pair reproduction

Bibliographic reference Lebigre, Christophe ; Arcese, Peter ; Reid, Jane M. . Decomposing variation in male reproductive success: age-specific variances and covariances through extra-pair and within-pair reproduction. In: Journal of Animal Ecology, Vol. 82, no.4, p. 872–883 (2013)
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