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Ligon and Ligon, 1978b) are inconclusive. In short, it is impossible to reject an important role for I i using this approach. b . Practical D$ficu/ties. A major difficulty in detecting altruism is that in most, if not all, cases of specialized aid-giving to nondescendant relatives the maximum allowable sacrifice per capita is so small as to be unmeasurable (see calculations based on empirical data in Brown, 1978). This is partly because I for an individual is very small. Consequently, for nonbreeding helpers the reduction + COOPERATION--A BIOLOGIST’S DILEMMA 25 + in D d , if present, would probably be even smaller.