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Laczi, Miklós 
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Kopena, Renáta 
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Sarkadi, Fanni 
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Kötél, Dóra 
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Török, János 
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Rosivall, Balázs 
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Hegyi, Gergely 
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2022-12-20T11:08:19Z
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2022-12-20T11:08:19Z
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2021
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http://hdl.handle.net/10831/82968
Abstract
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Certain predominant forms of mating and parental care systems are assumed in several model species among birds, but the opportunistic and apparently infrequent variations of “family structures” may often remain hidden due to methodological limitations with regard to genetic or behavioral observations. One of the intensively studied model species, the collared flycatcher (Ficedula albicollis), is usually characterized by social monogamy with polyterritorial, facultative social polygyny, and frequent extrapair mating and extrapair paternity. During a brood-size manipulation experiment, we observed two females and a male delivering food at an enlarged brood. A combination of breeding phenology data (egg laying and hatching date), behavioral data (feeding rates) from video recordings at 10 days of nestling age, and microsatellite genotyping for maternity and paternity suggests a situation of an unrelated female helping a pair in chick rearing. Such observations highlight the relevance of using traditional techniques and genetic analyses together to assess the parental roles within a population, which becomes more important where individuals may dynamically switch from their main and presupposed roles according to the actual environmental conditions.hu_HU
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Angol

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Title
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Triparental care in the collared flycatcher ( Ficedula albicollis ): Cooperation of two females with a cuckolded male in rearing a brood
Type
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folyóiratcikk
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2022-11-23T09:11:03Z
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eng
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Behavioural Ecology Group, Department of Systematic Zoology and Ecology, Institute of Biology, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary The Barn Owl Foundation, Orosztony, Hungary Centre for Ecological Research, Institute of Ecology and Botany, Vácrátót, Hungary Ecology Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary Export Date: 9 August 2022 Correspondence Address: Laczi, M.; Behavioural Ecology Group, Hungary; email: miklos.laczi@ttk.elte.hu
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10754-10760
Doi ID
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https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.7923
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000678644100001
ID Scopus
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85111490317
MTMT ID
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32121473
Issue Number
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16
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ECOL EVOL
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ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
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11
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2021
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Viselkedésökológiai Csoport
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Biológia Doktori Iskola
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Terresztris Ökológiai Osztály
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TTK hallgatók
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Állatrendszertani és Ökológiai Tanszék
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Állatrendszertani és Ökológiai Tanszék
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Viselkedésökológiai Csoport
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Terresztris Ökológiai Osztály
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Biológia Doktori Iskola
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Állatrendszertani és Ökológiai Tanszék
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Állatrendszertani és Ökológiai Tanszék
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Viselkedésökológiai Csoport
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Állatrendszertani és Ökológiai Tanszék
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Viselkedésökológiai Csoport
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Állatrendszertani és Ökológiai Tanszék


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