Figure S2C from Correlates of individual participation in boundary patrols by male chimpanzees

  • Anthony P. Massaro (Creator)
  • Ian Gilby (Creator)
  • Nisarg Desai (Creator)
  • Alexander Weiss (Creator)
  • Joseph T. Feldblum (Creator)
  • A. E. Pusey (Creator)
  • Michael L. Wilson (Creator)



Hunting, mating, patrolling, and rank trajectories for each male in the study, ordered by observed mating frequency, from most (A) to least (D). We pooled behavioral data into 5-year bins to visualize change over time while minimizing noise. Mating rates are scaled relative to the highest mating rate observed during that time interval. Hunting represents the proportion of hunts on which an individual participated. Patrolling represents the proportion of patrols for which the male was present. Rank represents the mean cardinalized Elo score.
Date made available2022
PublisherThe Royal Society

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