Data from: Comparative support for the expensive tissue hypothesis: big brains are correlated with smaller gut and greater parental investment in Lake Tanganyika cichlids

Tsuboi M, Husby A, Kotrschal A, Hayward A, Büchel SD, Zidar J, Løvlie H, Kolm N

Date Published: May 4, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.26pt6.2

 

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Title data_tsuboi_etal_Evolution
Description Data on body weight, brain right, gut length of Lake Tanganyika cichlids. Other information used in the study is presented as supplementary material.
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Tsuboi M, Husby A, Kotrschal A, Hayward A, Büchel SD, Zidar J, Løvlie H, Kolm N (2015) Comparative support for the expensive tissue hypothesis: big brains are correlated with smaller gut and greater parental investment in Lake Tanganyika cichlids. Evolution 69(1): 190-200. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12556

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Tsuboi M, Husby A, Kotrschal A, Hayward A, Büchel SD, Zidar J, Løvlie H, Kolm N (2014) Data from: Comparative support for the expensive tissue hypothesis: big brains are correlated with smaller gut and greater parental investment in Lake Tanganyika cichlids. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.26pt6.2
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