Data from: Eutrophication and predation risk interact to affect sexual trait expression and mating success

Rickey Duane Cothran, Andy R Stiff, Punidan D Jeyasingh & Rick A Relyea
Sexual traits are especially sensitive to low food resources. Other environmental parameters (e.g., predation) should also affect sexual trait expression by favoring investment in viability traits rather than sexual traits. We know surprisingly little about how predators alter investment in sexual traits, or how predator and resource environments interact to affect sexual trait investment. We explored how increasing phosphorous (P) availability, at a level mimicking cultural eutrophication, affects the development of sexual, non-sexual, and viability...
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