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Extended safe havens and between-group dispersal of helpers in a cooperatively breeding cichlid Ralph Bergmüller 1) , Dik Heg , Katharina Peer & Michael Taborsky (Department of Behavioural Ecology, Zoological Institute, University of Bern, CH 3032 Hinterkapellen, Switzerland) (Accepted: 25 July

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Authors: Dik Heg and Jan Komdeur

paradigms in our understanding why subordinates remain in groups and do not breed independently (e.g., Koenig et al., 1992; Komdeur, 1992; Emlen, 1994; Heg et al., 2004a), but less well appreciated has been the role of between-group dispersal and helping in unrelated groups. The final papers in this issue

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to strategic niche specialization . — BMC Ecol. 7 : 12 . DOI: 10.1186/1472-6785-7-12 . Bergmüller R. Heg D. Peer K. Taborsky M. ( 2005 ). Extended safe havens and between-group dispersal of helpers in a cooperatively breeding cichlid . — Behaviour 142 : 1643 - 1667

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. — Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 272: 325-331. Bergmüller, R., Heg, D. & Taborsky, M. (2005b). Extended safe havens and between group dispersal of helpers in a cooperatively breeding cichlid. — Behaviour 142: 1643-1667. Bergmüller, R. & Taborsky, M. (2005). Experimental manipulation of helping in a cooperative

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