Data from: The context dependence of assortative mating: a demonstration with conspecific salmonid populations

Zoé Gauthey, Andrew P. Hendry, Arturo Elosegi, Cédric Tentelier & Jacques Labonne
Assortative mating is thought to play a key role in reproductive isolation. However, most experimental studies of assortative mating do not take place in multiple natural environments and, hence, they ignore its potential context dependence. We implemented an experiment in which two populations of brown trout (Salmo trutta) with different natural flow regimes were placed into semi-natural stream channels under two different artificial flow regimes. Natural reproduction was allowed and reproductive isolation was measured by...
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