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gcb2430-sup-0001-appendix1.pdfapplication/PDF11KAppendix S1. The number of willow tit nests where the egg laying date (1st egg day), the hatching date (hatching day), and variables used in the breeding success analysis (the number of hatched chicks (#hatched), average chick weight (biometrics) and the number of fledgedchicks (#fledged) are known. Only the first clutches are included. In case of variables used in the analysis of the breeding success, nests were predation, human actions or nest desertion have caused nest failure are excluded. The number of nests is low for early years of the study period. We nevertheless consider our data adequate also for the early years, because the median egg-laying dates are practically equal to the ones from a more extensive data of Orell and Ojanen (1983a).
gcb2430-sup-0002-appendix2.pdfapplication/PDF18KAppendix S2. Models to describe the nestling survival rate in willow tits. The table includes the best models with ΔAIC≤ 2 (models 1–9), the best model without synchrony term (model 10) and the null model (model 11). Terms that are included in all the best models are bolded.
gcb2430-sup-0003-appendix3.pdfapplication/PDF21KAppendix S3. Models to describe the mean chick weight in willow tits. The table includes the best models with ΔAIC≤ 2 (models 1-20), the best model without synchrony term (model 21) and the null model (model 22). Terms that are included in all the best models are bolded.

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