Data from: Selection for costly sexual traits results in a vacant mating niche and male dimorphism

Hendrickx F, Vanthournout B, Taborsky M

Date Published: July 29, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.26th0

 

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Title Data mating experiment
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Description Raw data of the mating experiment. First sheet present the data of a single male exposure (corresponding to left panel of Fig. 3), second sheet multiple male exposure (corresponding to right panel Fig. 3). Column 1 and 2 describe the morph type of the respectively first and second male to which a female was mated (t = tuberosus, g = gibbosus). "ncop" = number of copulations in a session; "cop" = binary variable describing if a copulation took place (1 = yes; 0 = no).
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Title Phenological data
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Description Raw data presented in Fig. 4. ('nfem' = total number of females (mated and unmated); 'n unmated fem' = number of unmated females; n tub = number of tuberosus males; n gib = number of gibbosus males; n juv = number of immature individuals)
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Title Sperm competition data
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Description Sperm competition data ('exp' = Experimental series, with FS representing fertile male -sterile male sequence and SF representing sterile male - fertile male sequence). ID is a unique identifier of each female. 'n1st' are the number of offspring sired by the first male (i.e. fertile in FS and sterile in SF). 'n2nd' are the number of offspring sired by the second male (i.e. sterile in FS and fertile in SF)
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Hendrickx F, Vanthournout B, Taborsky M (2015) Selection for costly sexual traits results in a vacant mating niche and male dimorphism. Evolution 69(8): 2105-2117. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12720

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