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Population ecology of the cooperatively breeding acorn woodpecker

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Acorn woodpecker -- Ecology.,
  • Acorn woodpecker -- Reproduction.,
  • Bird populations.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCooperatively breeding acorn woodpecker.
    StatementWalter D. Koenig, Ronald L. Mumme.
    SeriesMonographs in population biology ;, 24
    ContributionsMumme, Ronald L., 1954-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL696.P56 K64 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 435 p. :
    Number of Pages435
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2374247M
    ISBN 10069108422X, 0691084645
    LC Control Number87002385


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This demographic study investigates the complexities of acorn storage and group living in acorn woodpeckers at Hastings Reservation in central coastal California. It is one of the most thorough studies of any avian social system to date.

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acorn woodpecker wars Sahas Barve1,4,*, Ally S. Lahey1, Rebecca M. Brunner2, Walter D. Koenig3, and Eric L. Walters1 Although intergroup confl ict is widespread in vertebrates, simultaneous agonistic interactions among several groups are rare [1].

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tracked cooperatively breeding acorn woodpeckers during ‘power struggles’—complex conflicts wherein ‘warrior’ birds fight for breeding positions as ‘spectator’ birds watched.

Telemetry was used to quantify effort expended by warriors gaining territories and spectators receiving social information.

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Acorn woodpeckers in California are territorial, permanent residents that live in cooperatively breeding family groups with 1–4 joint-nesting females, 1–8 cobreeding males, and up to 10 nonbreeding helpers of either sex, which are the adult offspring of the breeders (Koenig a).

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Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Gillespie JH. Natural selection for within-generation variance in offspring number. Genet – Acorn woodpeckers are cooperative breeders, common in western North America and highlands of Mexico and Central America, that live in polygynandrous family groups containing a variable number of breeders (1–8 breeder males and 1–4 breeder females) and an equally variable number (0–10) of non-breeding helpers, who may be of either sex.

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Koenig, Ronald L. Mumme. The avoidance of breeding with close relatives is an adaptation to inbreeding depression. Unfortunately, inbreeding depression has proved difficult to. the cooperatively breeding Acorn Woodpecker — one of the most extensively studied of all species in the family (Mikusiński ) — but rather what we do not know about its ecology, behaviour, and evolution.

This wealth of questions is striking because it follows 45 years of work and two long-term studies of this species, including our own. THE COOPERATIVELY BREEDING ACORN WOODPECKER By Justyn T.

Stahl May Chair: Madan J. Oli Major Department: Interdisciplinary Ecology Cooperative breeding in birds occurs when more than two individuals provide care for a single nest. In many species, the additional adults present are offspring from a. population of cooperatively breeding acorn woodpeck-ers (Melanerpes formicivorus).

Acorn woodpeckers live in polygynandrous social groups with nonbreeding helpers of both sexes (Koenig et al. Cobreeding males and females are closely related within sex, and mating outside the group or between breeders and helpers is rare (Haydock and Koe.

Abstract. We analyzed reproductive investment in parental care (brooding and the provisioning of nestlings) in the acorn woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus), a cooperatively breeding species in which both polygynandry and helping-at-the-nest are predicted based on the strategies pursued by birds of different sex and status, breeders generally invested more in.

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