Data from: Assortative mating by colored ornaments in blue tits: space and time matter

Amélie Fargevieille, Arnaud Grégoire, Anne Charmantier, Maria Del Rey Granado & Claire Doutrelant
Assortative mating is a potential outcome of sexual selection and estimating its level is important to better understand local adaptation and underlying trait evolution. However, assortative mating studies frequently base their conclusions on small numbers of individuals sampled over short periods of time and limited spatial scales even though spatiotemporal variation is common. Here, we characterized assortative mating patterns over 10 years in four populations of the blue tit (Cyanistes caeruleus), a passerine bird. We...
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