Data from: Biased generalization of salient traits drives the evolution of warning signals

Gabriella Gamberale-Stille, Baharan Kazemi, Alexandra Balogh & Olof Leimar
The importance of receiver biases in shaping the evolution of many signalling systems is widely acknowledged. Here we show that receiver bias can explain which traits evolve to become warning signals. For warning colouration, a generalization bias for a signalling trait can result from predators learning to discriminate unprofitable from profitable prey. However, since the colour patterns of prey are complex traits with multiple components, it is crucial to understand which of the many aspects...
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