Data from: The evolution of anti-bat sensory illusions in moths

Juliette J. Rubin, Chris A. Hamilton, Chris J. W. McClure, Brad A. Chadwell, Akito Y. Kawahara & Jesse R. Barber
Prey transmit sensory illusions to redirect predatory strikes, creating a discrepancy between what a predator perceives and reality. We use the acoustic arms race between bats and moths to investigate the evolution and function of a sensory illusion. The spinning hindwing tails of silk moths (Saturniidae) divert bat attack by reflecting sonar to create a misleading echoic target. We characterized geometric morphometrics of moth hindwings across silk moths, mapped these traits onto a new, robust...
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