Data from: Sex allocation adjustment to mating group size in a simultaneous hermaphrodite

Tim Janicke, Lucas Marie-Orleach, Katrien De Mulder, Eugene Berezikov, Peter Ladurner, Dita Brigida Vizoso & Lukas Schärer
Sex allocation theory is considered as a touchstone of evolutionary biology, providing some of the best supported examples for Darwinian adaptation. In particular, Hamilton’s local mate competition theory has been shown to generate precise predictions for extraordinary sex ratios observed in many separate-sexed organisms. In analogy to local mate competition, Charnov’s mating group size model predicts how sex allocation in simultaneous hermaphrodites is affected by the mating group size (i.e., the number of mating partners...
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