Data from: Mate preference for a phenotypically plastic trait is learned, and may facilitate preference-phenotype matching

 

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Title DorsalHindwingSpotNumber131024R1
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Description Number of dorsal hindwing spots for butterflies used to determine sexual dimorphism in dorsal hindwing spot number, and developmental temperature dependence of female dorsal hindwing spots.
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Title BehaviorandMateChoiceData131024R1
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Description Spreadsheet containing both the mating outcome and the trainer behavior for all behavior/mating trials reported in the manuscript. Treatments are abbreviated: WS/DS=seasonal form, M/F=sex of trainer or trainee for naive trials, 0/2/naive=exposure. Behaviors are counts of trainer behaviors.
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Westerman EL, Chirathivat N, Schyling E, Monteiro A (2014) Mate preference for a phenotypically plastic trait is learned, and may facilitate preference-phenotype matching. Evolution 68(6): 1661-1670. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12381

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Westerman EL, Chirathivat N, Schyling E, Monteiro A (2014) Data from: Mate preference for a phenotypically plastic trait is learned, and may facilitate preference-phenotype matching. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.46n9h
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