Data from: Choose your weapon: defensive behavior is associated with morphology and performance in scorpions

Arie Van Der Meijden, Pedro Lobo Coelho, Pedro Sousa & Anthony Herrel
Morphology can be adaptive through its effect on performance of an organism. The effect of performance may, however, be modulated by behavior; an organism may choose a behavioral option that does not fully utilize its maximum performance. Behavior may therefore be decoupled from morphology and performance. To gain insight into the relationships between these levels of organization, we combined morphological data on defensive structures with measures of defensive performance, and their utilization in defensive behavior....
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