Data from: Evolution of displays within the pair bond

Maria R. Servedio, Trevor D. Price, Russell Lande, R. Lande, T. D. Price & M. R. Servedio
Although sexual selection is an important cause of display evolution, in socially monogamous species (e.g. many birds), displays continue after formation of the pair bond. Here, we consider that these displays evolve because they stimulate the partner to increase investment in offspring. Our study is motivated by elaborate mutual displays in species that are largely monomorphic and have long-term pair bonds (e.g. the great crested grebe, Podiceps cristatus) and by many empirical results evidencing that...
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