Data from: Sex ratio and density affect sexual selection in a sex-role reversed fish

Tonje Aronsen, Anders Berglund, Kenyon B. Mobley, Irja Ida Ratikainen & Gunilla Rosenqvist
Understanding how demographic processes influence mating systems is important to decode ecological influences on sexual selection in nature. We manipulated sex ratio and density in experimental populations of the sex-role reversed pipefish Syngnathus typhle. We quantified sexual selection using the Bateman gradient (ß′ss), the opportunity for selection (I), and sexual selection (Is), and the maximum standardized sexual selection differential (s′max). We also measured selection on body length using standardized selection differentials (s′) and mating differentials...
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