Data from: Female preference for male courtship effort can drive the evolution of male mate choice

Sandra Helen South, Göran Arnqvist & Maria R. Servedio
The evolution of male mate choice is constrained by costs of choice in species with a male-biased operational sex ratio. Previous theoretical studies have shown that significant benefits of male choice are required, e.g., by mating with more fecund females, in order for these costs to be offset and a male preference to spread. In a series of population genetic models we show the novel effect that male mating preference, expressed as a bias in...
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