Data from: Mimicry refinement: Phenotypic variations tracking the local optimum

Claire Mérot, Yann Le Poul, Marc Théry & Mathieu Joron
1. Müllerian mimicry between chemically defended preys is a textbook example of natural selection favouring phenotypic convergence onto a shared warning signal. Studies of mimicry have concentrated on deciphering the ecological and genetic underpinnings of dramatic switches in mimicry association, producing a well-known mosaic distribution of mimicry patterns across geography. However, little is known about the accuracy of resemblance between natural co-mimics when the local phenotypic optimum varies. 2. In this study, using analyses of...
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