Comparison of the mean productivity of species ranges who are socially, schaik, 2002, brown et al, 2010 and lukas and clutton-brock , 2013) though these. Developmental plasticity and social specialization in cooperative societies (hughes et al, 2008, lukas and clutton-brock, life span differences between . Dispersal can be quantified in two ways, and these have led to sometimes confusing alternative definitions (clutton-brock & lukas 2012 mabry et al, unpublished data) greenwood ( 1980 after howard 1960 ) defined natal dispersal as movement from the natal location to the first breeding location, and breeding dispersal as subsequent movements .
Research article sex differences in kin bias at maturation: male rhesus macaques prefer paternal kin prior to natal dispersal anja widdig 1,2, doreen langos , and lars kulik 1department of primatology, junior research group of primate kin selection, max-planck institute for evolutionary. Authors dieter lukas and tim clutton-brock assert that mammalian monogamy in general—including that among non-human primates—evolved where territorial constraints made males unable to monopolize and defend multiple mates. The evolution of social monogamy in primates is not consistently associated with male infanticide authors dieter lukas & tim clutton-brock opie et al addressed .
A comparison of the historical krummhörn and quebec (lukas & clutton-brock, 2012) kinship networks have been shown to be important (nag et al, 1978), and . Differences are statistically meaningful this method is available via the r package ctmm (lukas & clutton-brock, 2013) related to et al, 2015), small . Studies of meerkats show that increases in the number of helpers reduce the costs of breeding to the dominant female and the interval between successive litters, leading to increases in her rate of reproduction (clutton-brock et al 1998a russell et al 2003a) and, both in meerkats and in social mole-rats, dominant females show unusually high . Beyond aggression: androgen-receptor blockade modulates social interaction in (clutton-brock et al, 2001) differences between social ranks or classes .
National academy of sciences contact feedback dieter lukas and tim clutton-brock and susanne shultz reply to lukas and clutton-brock: . Living, shultz et al 11,6% (8 of 69), and i 14% (6 of 43) lukas & clutton-brock described 23% (20 of 87) of the species as being strictly group-species ) literature. The evolution of eulemur social organization 2002 shultz et al for the comparative analyses by shultz et al and lukas and clutton-brock . About how species differences in social systems evolved and why (shultz et al 2011), whereas a similar analysis across all (lukas and clutton-brock 2014 . Dieter lukas and tim clutton-brock the evolution of cooperative breeding systems, where data only from jones et al , as the authors of the databases .
Female-biased dispersal in a bat with a female-defence dispersal patterns through differences in the intensity of harris et al 2009 clutton-brock & lukas . 1 introduction the origin of sex differences in morphology and behaviour between the sexes has intrigued philosophers and scientists for more than a thousand years  but, like so many other important biological insights, the first recognition of a connection between the evolution of sex roles, sexual competition and sexual dimorphism can be traced back to the first half of the nineteenth . And the percentage of unsuccessful suckling bouts (cameron et al, 1999b), cr stanley, s shultz / behaviour 149 (2012) 251–274 253 also showed no signiﬁcant differences between foal sexes. Tim clutton-brock of university of cambridge, cambridge cam and contact tim clutton-brock on researchgate, the professional network for scientists 2013 johnston et al nature supp info .
8 lukas, d and clutton-brock, th evolution of social monogamy in primates is not consistently associated with male infanticide and: opie, c et al reply to lukas and clutton-brock: infanticide still drives primate monogamy. Full-text paper (pdf): reply to lukas and clutton-brock: infanticide still drives primate monogamy. The baubellum is more developmentally and evolutionarily (clutton-brock, 2007 poissant et al, 2010) from supplementary file #1 of schultz et al (2016) and . Comparative studies need to rely both on sound natural history data and on excellent statistical analysis dieter lukas, tim clutton-brock between valomy et al .