Data from: Context-dependent consequences of colour biases in a social fish

Brett Culbert, Sanduni Talagala, Emily Stanbrook, Parker Smale, Sigal Balshine & James Barnett
Colourful visual signals can provide receivers with valuable information about food, danger, and the quality of social partners. However, the value of the information that colour provides varies depending on the situation, and colour may even act as a sensory trap where signals that evolved under one context are exploited in another. Despite some elegant early work on colour as a sensory trap, few empirical studies have examined how colour biases may vary depending on...
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