Data from: Adaptive changes in sexual signaling in response to urbanization

Wouter Halfwerk, Michiel Blaas, Lars Kramer, Nadia Hijner, Paula A. Trillo, Ximena E. Bernal, Rachel A. Page, Sandra Goutte, Michael J. Ryan & Jacintha Ellers
Urbanization can cause species to adjust their sexual displays, as the effectiveness of mating signals is impacted by environmental conditions. Despite many examples showing that mating signals in urban conditions differ from those in rural conditions, we do not know whether these differences provide a combined reproductive and survival benefit to the urban phenotype. Here we show that male tĂșngara frogs have increased the conspicuousness of their calls, which is under strong sexual and natural...
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