Data from: Asymmetry in pay-off predicts how familiar individuals respond to one another

 

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Title Context-dependent male familiarity data
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Description This file contains the data for all three experiments in the paper: behaviour under predation threat, competing for food and competing for mates. Each experiment is in a separate tab of an Excel file. Column heading should be clear with reference to the manuscript. All data was collected experimentally using a lab-bred population.
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Granroth-Wilding HMV, Magurran AE (2013) Asymmetry in pay-off predicts how familiar individuals respond to one another. Biology Letters 9(3): 20130025. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2013.0025

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Granroth-Wilding HMV, Magurran AE (2013) Data from: Asymmetry in pay-off predicts how familiar individuals respond to one another. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.00s51
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