Data from: Parallel and non-parallel behavioural evolution in response to parasitism and predation in Trinidadian guppies

Lisa Jacquin, Simon M. Reader, Amandine Boniface, Jaquelynn Mateluna, Iola Patalas, Felipe Pérez-Jvostov & Andrew P. Hendry
Natural enemies such as predators and parasites are known to shape intra-specific variability of behaviour and personality in natural populations, yet several key questions remain: (1) What is the relative importance of predation versus parasitism in shaping intra-specific variation of behaviour across generations? (2) What are the contributions of genetic and plastic effects to this behavioural divergence? And (3) to what extent are responses to predation and parasitism repeatable across independent evolutionary lineages? We addressed...
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