Data from: On the architecture of mate choice decisions: preference functions and choosiness are distinct traits

Daniel Neelon, Rafael Rodriguez & Gerlinde Hoebel
Mate choice is an important cause of sexual selection; it can drive the evolution of extravagant ornaments and displays, and promote speciation through the reproductive isolation generated by rapid divergence of sexual traits. Understanding mate choice requires knowledge of the traits involved in generating mating preferences, and how those traits may interact with each other. It has been proposed that mate choice decisions are the outcome of two components that vary independently: the preference function...
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