Supplementary Materials

Female toads engaging in adaptive hybridization prefer high-quality heterospecifics as mates

Catherine Chen and Karin S. Pfennig

Materials/Methods, Supplementary Text, Tables, Figures, and/or References

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  • Materials and Methods
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  • Tables S1 to S8
  • Captions for Audio S1 to S3
  • Captions for Data S1 and S2
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Data S1
Data from experiment evaluating the relationship between hybrid fitness and father's sexual signal (male call). Data file includes parent body sizes, male call parameters, and all raw fitness measures (body mass, SVL, and Gosner stage) for tadpoles.
Data S2
Data from phonotaxis experiments evaluating female preferences for male pulse rate.

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Audio S1
A representative S. multiplicata male call series from sympatry.
Audio S2
A representative S. bombifrons male call series of the slow-call type from allopatry.
Audio S3
A representative S. bombifrons male call series of the fast-call type from sympatry.