Data from: Collective decision making in guppies: a cross-population comparison study in the wild

Romain J. G. Clément, Julián Vicente-Page, Richard P. Mann, Ashley J. W. Ward, Ralf H. J. M. Kurvers, Indar W. Ramnarine, Gonzalo G. De Polavieja & Jens Krause
Collective cognition has received much attention in recent years but most of the empirical work has focused on comparing individuals and groups within single populations, thereby not addressing evolutionary origins of collective cognition. Here we investigated collective cognition in multiple populations that are subject to different levels of predation. Guppies (Poecilia reticulata) were given a simultaneous choice between an edible and a non-edible stimulus. We found evidence for an improvement in decision accuracy when in...
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