Linear regressions of brown trout body size against components of reproductive success for males (a, c, e) and females (b, d, f): the number of individuals of the opposite sex which were visited (a, b), the number of mates (c, d) and the number of offspring assigned (e, f). Open symbols and dashed lines are for behavioral data, and filled symbols and solid lines are for genetic data. For c and d, mating success was measured as the number of individuals of the opposite sex with which the focal individual was observed emitting gametes (open symbols, dashed line) and as the number of individuals with which it shared offspring (filled symbols, solid line). Values close to regression lines indicate the Pearson’s correlation coefficient of the corresponding regression line, with asterisk indicating p < 0.05.

  Part of: Gauthey Z, Tentelier C, Lepais O, Elosegi A, Royer L, Glise S, Labonne J (2017) With our powers combined: integrating behavioral and genetic data to estimate mating success and sexual selection. Rethinking Ecology 2: 1-26.