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Table 1 Mean, variance, and skewness of the observed distributions of pairwise relatedness estimates between all three parties in the socially monogamous mating system of V. moorii

From: Inclusive fitness benefits mitigate costs of cuckoldry to socially paired males

  Mean Variance Skewness
Paired male vs. set of cuckolder males rQG, 0.038 (0.00030)
p = 0.0088*
rQG, 0.012 (0.0093)
p = 0.15
rQG, 0.89 (0.63)
p = 0.26
rLR, 0.033 (0.0025)
p = 0.0093*
rLR, 0.0067 (0.0048)
p = 0.17
rLR, 0.95 (1.60)
p = 0.65
Paired female vs. Set of cuckolder males rQG, 0.011 (− 0.0066)
p = 0.085
rQG, 0.0061 (0.0070)
p = 0.67
rQG, 0.21 (0.16)
p = 0.41
rLR, − 0.0076 (− 0.0040)
p = 0.65
rLR, 0.0015 (0.0028)
p = 0.91
rLR, 0.46 (1.10)
p = 0.81
Paired male vs. Paired female rQG, − 0.0012 (− 0.0074)
p = 0.24
rQG, 0.012 (0.011)
p = 0.16
rQG, 1.00 (0.29)
p = 0.072
rLR, − 0.0035 (− 0.0067)
p = 0.28
rLR, 0.0065 (0.0038)
p = 0.057
rLR, 3.09 (1.44)
p = 0.090
  1. Averages for the mean, variance, and skewness of the permuted null distributions are given in parentheses, while p values are given beneath. p values marked with an asterisk indicate statistically significant results after applying the Benjamini–Hochberg procedure for controlling false discovery rates, here set to 10%
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