Data from: Attack risk for butterflies changes with eyespot number and size

Sebastian Ho, Sandra R. Schachat, William H. Piel & Antónia Monteiro
Butterfly eyespots are known to function in predator deflection and predator intimidation, but it is still unclear what factors cause eyespots to serve one function over the other. Both functions have been demonstrated in different species that varied in eyespot size, eyespot number and wing size, leaving the contribution of each of these factors to butterfly survival unclear. Here, we study how each of these factors contributes to eyespot function by using paper butterfly models,...
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