Data from: Female ornamentation is associated with elevated aggression and testosterone in a tropical songbird

Erik D. Enbody, Jordan Boersma, Hubert Schwabl & Jordan Karubian
In males, testosterone plays a key role in ornament production and linking ornamentation with reproductive behaviors and other traits to produce an integrated phenotype. Less is known about whether females couple testosterone, ornamentation, and aggressive behaviors to achieve female-specific combinations of traits. Ornamentation in females may be the result of correlated expression with male ornamentation, or female traits could arise as the result of sex specific selection pressures. Resolving between these alternatives is necessary to...
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