Data from: Background matching ability and the maintenance of a colour polymorphism in the red devil cichlid

William Sowersby, Topi K. Lehtonen, Bob B.M. Wong & B. B. M. Wong
The evolution and maintenance of colour polymorphisms remains a topic of considerable research interest. One key mechanism thought to contribute to the coexistence of different colour morphs is a bias in how conspicuous they are to visual predators. Although individuals of many species camouflage themselves against their background to avoid predation, differently coloured individuals within a species may vary in their capacity to do so. However, to date, very few studies have explicitly investigated the...
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