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This article is from Behavioral Ecology, volume 25.AbstractParents may be in conflict over the care they provide to their offspring. To understand this conflict, an accurate description of who does what and when is necessary. We used an automated system to continuously monitor which parent incubated the eggs in an arctic breeding shorebird. Birds s

Author: Bulla, Martin; Valcu, Mihai; Rutten, Anne L.; Kempenaers, Bart

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