Data from: Unlinked Mendelian inheritance of red and black pigmentation in snakes: implications for Batesian mimicry

Alison R. Davis Rabosky, Christian L. Cox & Daniel L. Rabosky
Identifying the genetic basis of mimetic signals is critical to understanding both the origin and dynamics of mimicry over time. For species not amenable to large laboratory breeding studies, widespread color polymorphism across natural populations offers a powerful way to assess the relative likelihood of different genetic systems given observed phenotypic frequencies. We classified color phenotype for 2,175 ground snakes (Sonora semiannulata) across the continental United States to analyze morph ratios and test among competing...
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