Data from: Kin-bias, breeding site selection, and female fitness in a cannibalistic Neotropical frog

Pavitra Muralidhar, Fábio P. De Sá, Célio F. B. Haddad & Kelly R. Zamudio
Resource availability influences sexual selection within populations and determines whether behaviours such as territoriality or resource sharing are adaptive. In Thoropa taophora, a frog endemic to the Atlantic Coastal Rainforest of Brazil, males compete for and defend limited breeding sites while females often share breeding sites with other females; however, sharing breeding sites may involve costs due to cannibalism by conspecific tadpoles. We studied a breeding population of T. taophora to determine (i) whether this...
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