The energetic costs of egg heating constrainincubation attendance but do not determinedaily energy expenditure in thepectoral sandpiper

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Heating eggs during incubation may be relatively energetically costly, affecting the outcome or number of breeding attempts. We

Will Cresswell, S. Holt,a J. M. Reid, D. P. Whitfield, R. J. Mellanby, D. Norton and S. Waldron, Behavioral Ecology Vol. 15 No. 3: 498-507

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