Data from: Mite load predicts the quality of sexual color and locomotor performance in a sexually dichromatic lizard

Richard W. Orton, Chase T. Kinsey & Lance D. McBrayer
Since Darwin, the maintenance of bright sexual colors has recurrently been linked to mate preference. However, the mechanisms underpinning such preferences for bright colors would not be resolved for another century. Likely, the idea of selection for colors that could decrease the chances of survival (e.g. flashy colors that can inadvertently attract predators) was perceived as counterintuitive. It is now widely-accepted that these extreme colors often communicate to mates the ability to survive despite a...
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