Multiple aspects of plasticity in clutch size vary among populations of a globally distributed songbird

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Abstract

Here, the authors describe a complex pattern of within-individual flexibility in house sparrow clutch size. Particular aspects of flexibility vary among populations, but not as predicted by life-history theory. This has implications for understanding plasticity in life-history traits in general, and hypotheses about clutch size in particular. Photo credit to H. Jensen.

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