|Related Material||Merrill, L., Naylor, M. F., Dalimonte, M., McLaughlin, S., Stewart, T. E. and Grindstaff, J. L. (in press), Early-life immune activation increases song complexity and alters phenotypic associations between sexual ornaments. Funct Ecol. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12916|
Dataset includes maternal antigen treatment and early-life antigen treatment for male zebra finches. Also includes data on beak coloration, measures of song complexity for each male, and female responses to treated males.
Male beak color and song metadata:
Female choice metadata:
|Keywords||early-life; stress; immune response; phenotypic correlation; sexual signal; zebra finch;birdsongs; acoustic signals; beak coloration; mate selection|
|Funder||U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) - Grant: 1R15HD066378-01|
|Corresponding Creator||Loren Merrill|