Data from: Multiple origins of sexual dichromatism and aposematism within large carpenter bees

Bonnie B. Blaimer, Jonathan R. Mawdsley & Seán G. Brady
The evolution of reversed sexual dichromatism and aposematic coloration have long been of interest to both theoreticians and empiricists. Yet despite the potential connections between these phenomena, they have seldom been jointly studied. Large carpenter bees (genus Xylocopa) are a promising group for such comparative investigations as they are a diverse clade in which both aposematism and reversed sexual dichromatism can occur either together or separately. We investigated the evolutionary history of dichromatism and aposematism...
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