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Table S1. Age-distribution (in %) of breeding female great tits between 1960 and 2006.

Fig. S1. Rates of age-specific change in number of fledglings (a, c, e, g, i, k) and number of recruits (b, d, f, h, j, l) produced in relation to female hatching date (a, b), sibling number (c, d), maternal age (e, f), natal year quality (g, h), natal density (i, j) and natal beech mast crop (k, l). Lines are fitted curves calculated from insignificant terms re-added to the minimal adequate models. Solid lines represent high values (average + SD, or much beech mast), short dashed lines represent low values (average – SD, or little beech mast) and long dashes represent the average condition, where it exists.

Fig. S2. Rates of age-specific change in number of fledglings (a, c, e) and number of recruits (b, d, f) produced in relation to early year quality (a, b), early density (c, d) and early beech mast crop (e, f). Lines are fitted curves calculated from insignificant terms re-added to the minimal adequate models. Solid lines represent high values (average + SD, or much beech mast), short dashed lines represent low values (average – SD, or little beech mast) and long dashes represent the average condition, where it exists.

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