Data from: Birth date predicts alternative life-history pathways in a fish with sequential reproductive tactics

Teresa Fagundes, Mariana G. Simões, João L. Saraiva, Albert F. H. Ros, David Gonçalves & Rui F. Oliveira
In species with plastic expression of alternative reproductive tactics (ARTs), individuals of the same sex, usually males, can adopt different reproductive tactics depending on factors such as body size. The ‘birth date hypothesis’ proposes that condition-dependent expression of ARTs may ultimately depend on birth date, because individuals born at different times of the year may achieve different sizes and express different reproductive tactics accordingly. However, this has rarely been tested. Here, we tested this hypothesis...
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