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B. , Hamilton, 1964b; Holmes and Sherman, 1983; Fletcher, 1987; Hepper, 1987a). However, it is clear that these do not constitute mutually exclusive alternatives (Fletcher, 1987; Waldman, 1987). They also confound questions about the development and expression of traits conveying information about allele copossession or genetic similarity with those about the processes involved in perceiving and acting upon this information (Hepper, 1986; Waldman, 1987). Instead, Waldman er af. (1988) suggest two fundamentalclasses of kin discrimination mechanism, which they refer to as indirecr and direct discrimination.
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01). 02) being mainly due to starvation of the nestlings. Only 22% of the eggs of monogamous females failed to produce fledglings as opposed to 41 % among broods of secondary females. The seemingly nonoptimal clutch size of secondary females supports the idea that these females were indeed unaware of their status at the moment when they decided their clutch size. Apparently they cannot respond appropriately to their status. Stenmark et al. (1988) suggested that already-mated males displaying in secondary territories could be easily separated by females from unmated males on the basis of their reduced singing activity and/or on their less regular presence.