Data from: Context-dependent expression of sexual dimorphism in island populations of the common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis)

Roberto Sacchi, Marco Mangiacotti, Stefano Scali, Marco Sannolo, Marco A. L. Zuffi, Daniele Pellitteri-Rosa, Adriana Bellati, Paolo Galeotti & Mauro Fasola
The condition-dependent sexual dimorphism model explains the evolution and maintenance of sexual dimorphism in traits targeted by sexual selection, and predicts that the magnitude of sexual dimorphism depends on the variability of individual condition, male traits being more variable than female corresponding traits. Most convincing examples concern insects, while studies among vertebrates are scanty because manipulating condition often is not possible, and the time to reach sexual maturity may be too long. Islands offer a...
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