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Appendix S1. Equations for the female learning model.

Appendix S2. Equations for the male learning model.

evo12127-sup-0002-FigureS1.pdf203KFigure S1. Total evolution of N2 in population 2 as a function of the preference strength, α, for different values of γ1 = γ2, where γ = 1 means no learning and higher values of γ mean greater learning. Females learn from both conspecific and heterospecific males.
evo12127-sup-0003-FigureS2.pdf236KFigure S2. Total evolution of N2 in population 2 as a function of the preference strength, α, for different values of γ with αf = 1 (i.e., no female preference). Males learn from both conspecific and heterospecific females (a), only conspecific females (b), or only heterospecific females (c). See legend for main Figures for other base parameters.
evo12127-sup-0004-FigureS3.pdf227KFigure S3. Total evolution of N2 in population 2 as a function of the preference strength, α, for different values of γ with αf = α (i.e., female preference = male preference). Males learn from both conspecific and heterospecific females (a), only conspecific females (b), or only heterospecific females (c). See legend for main Figures for other base parameters.
evo12127-sup-0005-FigureS4.pdf241KFigure S4. Total evolution of N2 in population 2 as a function of the preference strength, α, for different values of γ when male learning is a function of female preference strength. Males learn from both conspecific and heterospecific females (a), only conspecific females (b), or only heterospecific females (c). See legend for main Figures for other base parameters.

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