Data from: Testing the correlated response hypothesis for the evolution and maintenance of male mating preferences in Drosophila serrata

Thomas P. Gosden, Howard D. Rundle & Stephen F. Chenoweth
Mate preferences are abundant throughout the animal kingdom with female preferences receiving the most empirical and theoretical attention. Although recent work has acknowledged the existence of male mate preferences, whether they have evolved and are maintained as a direct result of selection on males or indirectly as a genetically correlated response to selection for female choice remains an open question. Using the native Australian species Drosophila serrata in which mutual mate choice occurs for a...
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