Data from: Sexual selection and population divergence II. divergence in different sexual traits and signal modalities in field crickets (Teleogryllus oceanicus)

  • Sonia Christina Marques Pascoal (University of Cambridge) (Creator)
  • Magdalena Mendrok (Creator)
  • C Mitchell (Creator)
  • Alastair Wilson (Creator)
  • John Hunt (Creator)
  • Nathan William Bailey (Creator)



Wing morphometric data includes relative warps 1-3 plus mirror and harp surface areas. Data from validations run on a subset of samples are also included. "Unique identifier" cross-references each sample to the CHC analysis in [Pascoal et al. (2016) Sexual selection and population divergence I. The influence of socially flexible cuticular hydrocarbon expression in male field crickets (Teleogryllus oceanicus). Evolution 10:82-97.] "N/A" indicates the n = 13 samples excluded from morphometric analysis as described in the present manuscript.
Date made available15 Mar 2017


  • cuticular hydrocarbons
  • eigendecomposition
  • geometric morphometrics
  • multimodal signalling
  • sexual selection
  • acoustic communication

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