Data from: The effects of experimental design on mating preferences and reproductive isolation in killifish

Michelle E. St. John & Rebecca C. Fuller
Determining the direction and magnitude of mating preference is fundamental to many questions in evolutionary biology. Unlike the measurement of traits such as body size, the measurement of mating preferences is likely affected by experimental design. Scientists must choose both the behavioral assay in which to measure preference and the metrics that serve as a proxy for preference. The accuracy of these assays and metrics, however, is often unknown and seldom tested. Here, we compared...
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