Journal article

INFREQUENT EXTRA-PAIR PATERNITY IN THE BANDED WREN, A SYNCHRONOUSLY BREEDING TROPICAL PASSERINE

Emily RA Cramer, Michelle L Hall, Selvino R de Kort, Irby J Lovette, Sandra L Vehrencamp

The Condor: an international journal of avian biology | COOPER ORNITHOLOGICAL SOC | Published : 2011

University of Melbourne Researchers

Grants

Awarded by National Institute of Mental Health


Funding Acknowledgements

We thank Erin Eldermire for help with all things field-related; all the wren crews for recordings, blood collection, and nest searching; Area Conservacion de Guanacaste, Parque Nacional Santa Rosa, for allowing us to conduct field work; Roger Blanco for logistical support; Laura Stenzler, Chris Makarewich, Amanda Talaba, and Ravi Brar for laboratory advice and assistance; the Lovette Lab, Lunch Bunch, GenMark, and ornithology discussion groups for feedback on data analysis and interpretations; Chris Wiley and the behavior group for feedback on the manuscript; Soraya Delgado for translational assistance; and the Cornell University Life Sciences Core Laboratory staff for SNP genotyping and advice. This research was funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (grant R01-MH60461 to SLV).