Data from: Assessment of rival males through the use of multiple sensory cues in the fruitfly Drosophila pseudoobscura

Chris P. Maguire, Anne Lizé & Tom A. R. Price
Environments vary stochastically, and animals need to behave in ways that best fit the conditions in which they find themselves. The social environment is particularly variable, and responding appropriately to it can be vital for an animal’s success. However, cues of social environment are not always reliable, and animals may need to balance accuracy against the risk of failing to respond if local conditions or interfering signals prevent them detecting a cue. Recent work has...
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