Further Reading

Andersson M and Simmons LW (2006) Sexual selection and mate choice. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 21: 296-302. Brown JL (1964) The evolution of diversity in avian territorial systems. Wilson Bulletin 76: 160-169.

Charnov EL (1976) Optimal foraging: The marginal value theorem.

Theoretical Population Biology 9: 129-136. Darwin C (1871) The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex. London: Murray.

Davies NB (1992) Dunnock Behaviour and Social Evolution. Oxford:

Oxford UniversityPress. Davies NB and Houston AI (1981) Owners and satellites: The economics of territory defence in the pied wagtail, Motacilla alba. Journal of Animal Ecology 50: 157-180. Fisher RA (1930) The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection. London: Clarendon Press.

Giraldeau L-A and Caraco T (2000) Social Foraging Theory. Princeton,

NJ: Princeton University Press. Hamilton WD (1996) Narrow Roads of Gene Land, The Collected Papers ofW. D. Hamilton. Vol. 1: Evolution of Social Behavior. New York: WH Freeman.

Maynard Smith J (1982) Evolution and the Theory of Games.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Moorcroft PR, Lewis MA, and Crabtree RL (2006) Mechanistic home range models capture spatial patterns and dynamics of coyote territories in Yellowstone. Proceedings of the Royal Society London 273B: 1651-1659. Packer C and Ruttan L (1988) The evolution of cooperative hunting.

American Naturalist 132: 159-198. Shuster SM and Wade MJ (2003) Mating Systems and Strategies.

Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. von Frisch K (1967) The Dance Language and Orientation of Bees.

Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press. Zahavi A (1975) Mate selection - A selection for a handicap. Journal of Theoretical Biology 53: 205-214.

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