Data from: The evolution of fecundity is associated with female body size but not female-biased sexual size dimorphism among frogs

Melanie J. Monroe, Samuel H. South & Suzanne H. Alonzo
Sexual size dimorphism (SSD) is one of the most common ways in which males and females differ. Male-biased SSD (when males are larger) is often attributed to sexual selection favouring large males. When females are larger (female-biased SSD), it is often argued that natural selection favouring increased fecundity (i.e. larger clutches or eggs) has co-evolved with larger female body size. Using comparative phylogenetic and multi-species regression model selection approaches, we test the hypothesis that among-species...
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