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- Baladrón, Alejandro V., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Journal of ornithology 2017 v.158 no.1 pp. 159-167
- Tyrannidae; birds; blood sampling; breeding season; clutch size; color; females; males; mating systems; nestlings; nests; parents; plumage; reproductive behavior; sex determination; sexual dimorphism; sexual selection
- ... Biparental care is the dominant (81 %) form of parental care in birds. The degree of sexual selection and the resulting mating system and parental care type have been determined, in many cases, by inference from external characters of sexual dimorphism. The lack of information and the biological attributes of the tyrant flycatchers (e.g., low sexual dimorphism) make it difficult to determinate the ...