Data from: Dietary carotenoids affect the development of individual differences and behavioral plasticity

Shannon R. Kelleher, Aimee J. Silla, Petri T. Niemelä, Niels J. Dingemanse & Phillip G. Byrne
Nutritional conditions experienced during development are expected to play a key role in shaping an individual’s behavioral phenotype. The long term, irreversible effects of nutritional conditions on behavioral variation among and within individuals remains largely unexplored. This study aimed to investigate how long-term carotenoid availability (representing low vs. high quality nutritional conditions) during both larval and adult life stages influences the expression of among-individual variation (animal personality) and within-individual variation (behavioral plasticity). We tested for...
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