By: Jerram L Brown (Author)
354 pages, tables
A reprint of a classical work in the Princeton Legacy Library. Originally...
An overview of the extensive and frequently controversial literature on communally breeding birds developed since the early 1960s, when students of evolution began to examine sociality as a product of natural selection. Jerram Brown provides original data from his own theoretical and empirical studies and summarizes the wide array of results and interpretations made by others.
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