Samantha Louise Byerley

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2015 journal article

A trade-off between natural and sexual selection underlies diversification of a sexual signal

BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY, 26(2), 533–542.

By: J. Heinen-Kay n, K. Morris n, N. Ryan n, S. Byerley n, R. Venezia n, M. Peterson n, R. Langerhans n

author keywords: female mate choice; natural selection; Poeciliidae; predation; secondary sexual characters; sexual selection
TL;DR: This study provides direct empirical evidence documenting a trade-off between natural and sexual selection in a colorful sexual signal by employing plastic fish models to directly examine conspicuity to predators and female preferences for dorsal-fin color. (via Semantic Scholar)
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