Data from: Selection on signal-reward correlation: limits and opportunities to the evolution of deceit in Turnera ulmifolia L.

 

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Title measurements in Turnera flowers
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Description Include petal legth and nectar production data from 319 flowers (57 plants), used to estimate signal accuracy for each individual plants.
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Title selection in Turnera ulmifolia
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Description Include morphological and reproductive success data from 57 Turnera ulmifolia plants used to estimate phenotypic selection on flower number, mean nectar production rate, mean petal lenght and signal accuracy.
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Benitez-Vieyra S, Ordano M, Fornoni J, Boege K, Domínguez CA (2010) Selection on signal-reward correlation: limits and opportunities to the evolution of deceit in Turnera ulmifolia L. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23(12): 2760-2767. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1420-9101.2010.02132.x

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Benitez-Vieyra S, Ordano M, Fornoni J, Boege K, Domínguez CA (2010) Data from: Selection on signal-reward correlation: limits and opportunities to the evolution of deceit in Turnera ulmifolia L. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1989
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