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- Geographic mosaic of selection by avian predators on hindwing warning colour in a polymorphic aposematic moth

Wood tiger moth morph frequencies compared to expected and observed predation risk and selection differential by country. (a) Local morph frequencies calculated from annual monitoring data, (b) expected attack risk according to the + FDS hypothesis, where each morph is attacked according to its local frequency, (c) observed predation illustrated as GLMM estimates of daily attack risk for each morph by country and (d) observed difference in attacks per morph compared to a situation where all morphs would be attacked equally. Morph colours (white, yellow, red) as in Figure 1.
Wood tiger moth morph frequencies compared to expected and observed predation risk and selection differential by country. (a) Local morph frequencies calculated from annual monitoring data, (b) expected attack risk according to the + FDS hypothesis, where each morph is attacked according to its local frequency, (c) observed predation illustrated as GLMM estimates of daily attack risk for each morph by country and (d) observed difference in attacks per morph compared to a situation where all morphs would be attacked equally. Morph colours (white, yellow, red) as in Figure 1.
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