Data from: A tradeoff between precopulatory and postcopulatory trait investment in male cetaceans

James P. Dines, Sarah L. Mesnick, Katherine Ralls, Laura J. May Collado, Ingi Agnarsson, Matthew D. Dean & Laura May-Collado
Mating with multiple partners is common across species, and understanding how individual males secure fertilization in the face of competition remains a fundamental goal of evolutionary biology. Game theory stipulates that males have a fixed budget for reproduction that can lead to a trade-off between investment in precopulatory traits like body size, armaments, and ornaments, and postcopulatory traits such as testis size and spermatogenic efficiency. Recent theoretical and empirical studies have shown that if males...
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