Data from: Speciation is not necessarily easier in species with sexually monomorphic mating signals

Noh S, Henry CS

Date Published: July 29, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7dg0p

 

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Title Raw and processed mating signal data, and processed preference data
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Description Data used for tests of signal inheritance and correlation between signal and preference.
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Title Playback signals measured for temporal signal features
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Description Playback signals used in experiment, measured for temporal signal features. Column 2 corresponds to the most preferred playback signal based on bayespref individual model prediction in Column 18 of file: achybrid_signal_and_preference.txt
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Title Raw preference data
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Description Data used to estimate mate preferences. Archive consists of 6 files that contain the raw counts of responses that individuals made to each playback signal, and includes files for the experimental and preliminary (lab) populations.
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Noh S, Henry CS (2015) Speciation is not necessarily easier in species with sexually monomorphic mating signals. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28(11): 1925-39. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12707

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