Data from: Rapid evolution and plasticity of genitalia

E. Dale Broder, Cameron K. Ghalambor, Corey A. Handelsman, Emily W. Ruell, David N. Reznick & Lisa M. Angeloni
Genital morphology exhibits tremendous variation and is intimately linked with fitness. Sexual selection, nonmating natural selection, and neutral forces have been explored as potential drivers of genital divergence. Though less explored, genitalia may also be plastic in response to the developmental environment. In poeciliid fishes, the length of the male intromittent organ, the gonopodium, may be driven by sexual selection if longer gonopodia attract females or aid in forced copulation attempts, or by nonmating natural...
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