Data from: Does batrachotoxin autoresistance co-evolve with toxicity in Phyllobates poison-dart frogs?

Roberto Márquez, Valeria Ramírez-Castañeda & Adolfo Amézquita
Toxicity is widespread among living organisms, and evolves as a multimodal phenotype. Part of this phenotype is the ability to avoid self-intoxication (autoresistance). Evolving toxin resistance can involve fitness tradeoffs, so autoresistance is often expected to evolve gradually and in tandem with toxicity, resulting in a correlation between the degrees of toxicity and autoresistance among toxic populations. We investigate this correlation in Phyllobates poison frogs, notorious for secreting batrachotoxin (BTX), a potent neurotoxin that targets...
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