Data from: The role of predators in maintaining the geographic organization of aposematic signals

 

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Description The number of new predation attempts by avian and unknown predators and the models removed from the analysis for each model phenotype (Ranitomeya imitator and brown frog) after each 24h observation in both the lowland and highland sites. Models removed from the analysis had either disappeared or were destroyed by ants or roaches. At the beginning of the experiment 300 models per phenotype were placed in each site.
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Chouteau M, Angers B (2011) The role of predators in maintaining the geographic organization of aposematic signals. The American Naturalist 178(6): 810-817. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/662667

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Chouteau M, Angers B (2011) Data from: The role of predators in maintaining the geographic organization of aposematic signals. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.kr812
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