Data from: Mate quality and the temporal dynamics of breeding in a sex-role-reversed pipefish, S. typhle

Sarah P. Flanagan, Gunilla Rosenqvist & Adam G. Jones
The spatiotemporal dynamics of receptivity and breeding date, coupled with individual-level quality and attractiveness, are centrally important to mating system dynamics. These topics have been investigated in some detail in birds, but much less work has been devoted to other taxonomic groups, and almost no work has addressed spatiotemporal factors and individual quality in sex-role-reversed taxa. The broad-nosed pipefish, Syngnathus typhle, provides an excellent opportunity to investigate these ideas in a sex-role-reversed fish. Here, we...
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