Data from: Adaptive acceleration in growth and development of salamander hatchlings in cannibalistic situations

Osamu Kishida, Ayumi Tezuka, Akiko Ikeda, Kunio Takatsu & Hirofumi Michimae
In most animal species, the hatchling stage is a highly vulnerable life history stage. In many fish and amphibian species, hatchling abundance varies substantially among sites and years, with the result that selection strength in conspecific interactions such as cannibalism is also variable. The variability of selection leads species to evolve phenotypic plasticity, and adaptive trait changes in hatchlings that depend on the density of conspecifics can therefore be expected. However, plasticity strategies in response...
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