Data from: Deceptive copulation calls attract female visitors to peacock leks

Dakin R, Montgomerie R

Date Published: November 21, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vt562

 

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Title PlaybackExperimentLumped_130720
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Description Results of a playback experiment testing the effect of three different peacock calls on the probability that females would approach the playback speaker. 'Success' gives the number of time intervals when at least one female was near the speaker. 'Fail' gives the number of time intervals when no females were near the speaker.
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Title NaturalHoots_130720
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Description Observations of female presence before and after peacock solo hoot calls.
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Title RatesHootCallsMatingSuccess_120720
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Description Male call rates, mating success, and ornamental traits.
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Dakin R, Montgomerie R (2014) Deceptive copulation calls attract female visitors to peacock leks. The American Naturalist 183(4): 558-564. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/675393

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Dakin R, Montgomerie R (2014) Data from: Deceptive copulation calls attract female visitors to peacock leks. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vt562
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