Data from: Flexible mate choice when mates are rare and time is short

Robin M. Tinghitella, Emily G. Weigel, Megan Head & Janette W. Boughman
Female mate choice is much more dynamic than we once thought. Mating decisions depend on both intrinsic and extrinsic factors, and these two may interact with one another. In this study, we investigate how responses to the social mating environment (extrinsic) change as individuals age (intrinsic). We first conducted a field survey to examine the extent of natural variation in mate availability in a population of threespine sticklebacks. We then manipulated the sex ratio in...
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