Data from: Female preference for multi-modal courtship: multiple signals are important for male mating success in peacock spiders

Madeline B. Girard, Damian O. Elias & Michael M. Kasumovic
A long-standing goal for biologists has been to understand how female preferences operate in systems where males have evolved numerous sexually-selected traits. Jumping spiders of the Maratus genus are exceptionally sexually dimorphic in appearance and signaling behavior. Presumably, strong sexual selection by females has played an important role in the evolution of complex signals displayed by males of this group, however, this has not yet been demonstrated. In fact, despite apparent widespread examples of sexual...
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