Original paper

Phenological mismatch and ontogenetic diet shifts interactively affect offspring condition in a passerine

Volume: 85, Issue: 5, Pages: 1255 - 1264
Published: Jun 23, 2016
Abstract
Summary Climate change may cause phenological asynchrony between trophic levels, which can lead to mismatched reproduction in animals. Although indirect effects of mismatch on fitness are well described, direct effects on parental prey choice are not. Moreover, direct effects of prey variation on offspring condition throughout their early development are understudied. Here, we used camera trap data collected over 2 years to study the effects of...
Paper Details
Title
Phenological mismatch and ontogenetic diet shifts interactively affect offspring condition in a passerine
Published Date
Jun 23, 2016
Volume
85
Issue
5
Pages
1255 - 1264
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