Data from: Individual variation in male reproductive behaviour is linked to temporal heterogeneity in predation risk

Miguel Barbosa, Amy E. Deacon, Maria Joao Janeiro, Indar Ramnarine, Michael Blair Morrissey & Anne E. Magurran
Variation in predation risk is a major driver of ecological and evolutionary change, and, in turn, of geographical variation in behaviour. While predation risk is rarely constant in natural populations, the extent to which variation in predation risk shapes individual behaviour in wild populations remains unclear. Here, we investigated individual differences in reproductive behavior in 16 Trinidadian guppy populations and related it to the observed variation in predator biomass each population experienced. Our results show...
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