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  • Table S1. The age at which male spotted hyenas chose their first breeding clan as a function of male origin (native or foreigner), maternal social rank, and identities of natal and chosen clans.
  • Table S2. The tenure at which male spotted hyenas sired their first offspring as a function of male origin (native or foreigner), maternal social rank, the number of likely breeding partner at clan choice, and the identity of the chosen clan.
  • Table S3. The total number of offspring sired each year by male spotted hyenas as a function of male origin (native or foreigner), male social rank, maternal rank, the number of likely breeding partners at clan choice, year of tenure, and the interaction between male origin and year of tenure.
  • Table S4. The number of offspring of high-ranking females sired each year by male spotted hyenas as a function of male origin (native or foreigner), male social rank, maternal social rank, the number of likely breeding partners, year of tenure, and the interaction between male origin and year of tenure.
  • Table S5. The number of offspring of medium- and low-ranking females sired each year by male spotted hyenas as a function of the combined effect of male origin and year of tenure, male social rank, maternal social rank, and the number of likely breeding partners.

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