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Figure S1. Experimental design.

Table S1. Effects of body size manipulation on mean standard length (cm), body mass (g), and condition factor (g/105cm3) of benthic and limnetic females randomly assigned to abundant- and reduced-food groups. Standard are deviations in parentheses.

Table S2. Logistic regressions to test for the effects of explanatory variables on the more stringent female acceptance scores, for which females had to at least follow the male to his nest to be assigned a score of 1.

Table S3. Logistic regressions to test for the effects of explanatory variables on female acceptance scores using data from only the first trial of each male (N = 43 trials total).

Table S4. Logistic regressions to test for the effects of explanatory variables on female acceptance scores using data from all limnetic female trials and only those benthic female trials that occurred during the restricted date range in which both “large” and “small” category benthic females were in breeding condition (N = 44 trials total).

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