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Table S1. Derivation for the number of evolvable units in small, medium, and large networks.

Table S2. Raw data from the bivariate selection simulations.

Table S3. Raw data from the univariate selection simulations.

Table S4. Results from univariate selection simulations.

Table S5. Means and standard deviations for the change in preference for (A) blue mates, (B) yellow mates, and (C) red mates as a function of food target, network size, and mutation rate from the univariate selection simulations.

Figure S1. Connections between cone cells and horizontal cells.

Figure S2. Connections between the bipolar cells and the cone cells.

Figure S3. Time to near equilibrium as a function of relative importance of foraging preferences on fitness.

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