Data from: Male responses to sperm competition risk when rivals vary in their number and familiarity

Samuel J. Lymbery, Joseph L. Tomkins & Leigh W. Simmons
Males of many species adjust their reproductive investment to the number of rivals present simultaneously. However, few studies have investigated whether males sum previous encounters with rivals, and the total level of competition has never been explicitly separated from social familiarity. Social familiarity can be an important component of kin recognition and has been suggested as a cue that males use to avoid harming females when competing with relatives. Previous work has succeeded in independently...
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