Data from: Receiver discriminability drives the evolution of complex sexual signals by sexual selection

Cui J, Song X, Zhu B, Fang G, Tang Y, Ryan MJ

Date Published: February 19, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q2764

 

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Description Flat calls (F) in which the frequency among notes did not vary. This data if for Fig.1
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Title Natural stimulus
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Description Natural calls (N) in which the fundamental frequency (F0) increases in the species-typical manner (i.e. naturally) from note to note: 441 Hz, 551 Hz, 589 Hz, 606 Hz, 618 Hz, 628 Hz, 628 Hz and 628 Hz, respectively.This data if for Fig.1
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Title Extra increase stimulus
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Description Exaggerated frequency increase calls (E) in which the increase in frequency among notes was exaggerated artificially using Avisoft SAS-Lab Pro.This data if for Fig.1
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Title Phonotaxis data of the three group with different frequency increase
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Description Phonotaxis data of the three group with different frequency increase(before combine the data of ratio 0.6 and 0.625)
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Title Phonotaxis data of the three group with different frequency increase (after combine the ratios of 0.6 and 0.625)
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Title Phonotaxis data of the relative attractiveness
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Title Phonotaxis data of the relative attractiveness(combined data)
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Description Phonotaxis data of the relative attractiveness,combined data of 4,5,6 note numbers to E-F,N-F,or E-N
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Cui J, Song X, Zhu B, Fang G, Tang Y, Ryan MJ (2016) Receiver discriminability drives the evolution of complex sexual signals by sexual selection. Evolution 70(4): 922–927. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12889

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Cui J, Song X, Zhu B, Fang G, Tang Y, Ryan MJ (2016) Data from: Receiver discriminability drives the evolution of complex sexual signals by sexual selection. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q2764
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