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Table S1.

List of species included in the analyses with information on copulatory behaviour and relative testes size. Lock: presence or absence of copulatory lock; IN: intromission number – the number of intromissions preceding the first ejaculation; EN: ejaculation number – the mean number of ejaculations achieved with a single female before attainment of some satiety criterion; III: inter-intromission interval – the mean interval separating the intromissions of the first copulatory series; PEI: post-ejaculatory interval – the interval between the end of the first ejaculation and the beginning of the next intromission; EL: ejaculation latency – the mean latency from the first intromission to the end of the first (or only) ejaculation; RTS: relative testes size - based on the regression equation for the relationship between log body mass and log testes mass for rodents in Kenagy and Trombulak (1986); (s): seconds; species data labelled (1) or (2) are for different populations.




Species

lock

IN (s)

EN (s)

III (s)

PEI (s)

EL (s)

RTS

Sources

Acomys cahirinus


no

14.2

1.3

82.2

1838

1121




26

Baiomys taylori

yes

1

1













18, 22, 32

Cavia porcellus

no

4.38

1







<60

0.94

12, 41, 57

Chinchilla lanigera

no

2.75

1.5




600

9

1.91

12, 41

Citellus richardsonii

no

1

1













9, 12

Cryptomys hottentotus

no

3.5










750




39

Dicrostonyx groenlandicus

no

21.5

2.0

14.1

680.8

236.1




1, 12

Dipodomys merriami

no







45







0.93

12, 31, 41

Dipodomys nitratoides

no







45










12, 31

Dipodomys panamintinus

no







45







0.66

12, 31, 41

Erethizon dorsatum


no













150




12, 56

Glaucomys sabrinus

no

>24




22.5










12, 50

Hydrochaerus hydrochaeris


no

1

>7







5




51

Hystrix africaeaustralis

no

1

1







154




49*

Meriones tristrami


no

39.3

2.9

40.3

426

677




18, 22, 29

Meriones unguiculatus

no

51

6.9

23.4

218

1117




12, 22, 43

Mesocricetus auratus

no

7.8

14.2




26

68

3.11

6, 12, 22, 41, 52

Microtus agrestis

no

5.6

>4




337

115

1.45

41, 48

Microtus californicus

no

3.75

2.6

83.4

799

345

0.38

18, 22, 41, 42

Microtus canicaudus

no

10.0

4.0

28.2

511.4

270.8




22, 25

Microtus montanus

no

18.6

4.2

15.8

370

287

0.68

12, 14, 22, 30, 53

Microtus ochrogaster

no

12.4

2.1

40.1

1073

646

0.89

12, 22, 30, 35, 53

Microtus oeconomus

no

3.8

3.2

19.9

524

98.5

0.93

22, 25, 41

Microtus pennsylvanicus

no

16.5

4.2




551

398

1.73

12, 22, 36, 37, 53

Microtus pinetorum

no




2.3










0.22

18, 22, 53

Microtus xanthognathus

no

1.8

2.9

47.0

71.5

440.5




22, 25

Mus musculus


no

12.5

1.1

146.7

2250

1483

0.48

12, 22, 34, 41

Neotoma albigula

yes

1

6.2




313.6

32.0




12, 15, 22

Neotoma floridana

yes

1

4.4

256

172

27




16, 18, 22

Neotoma lepida

no

1

3.2




137







18, 22, 32

Notomys alexis

yes

1

1







16.7

0.11

4, 5, 26, 41

Nyctomys sumichrasti

no

1

1







35




3, 12

Ochrotomys nuttalli

yes

1

3.2




473.4

57.8




12, 15, 22

Onychomys leucogaster

yes

1

6.7




443

63




12, 18, 22

Onychomys torridus

yes

1

18.7




358

11.4

4.84

12, 22, 27, 40, 41

Oryzomys palustris

no

7.9

2.3

71.5

672.5

542.1

0.63

12, 22, 41

Ototylomys phyllotis

yes

1

4.0




628

11.5




18, 22, 33

Perognathus longimembris

no




1










0.46

12, 38, 41

Perognathus parvus

no




1










0.62

12, 41

Peromyscus californicus

no

17

1.7

160.7

1000.3

261.8




12, 17, 22, 44

Peromyscus crinitus

no

5.7

2.2

85.5

847

348




19, 22

Peromyscus eremicus


no

6.3

1.05

44.1

335.5

381.5




18, 22, 24

Peromyscus floridanus

no




15

22.9










18, 19

Peromyscus gossypinus (1)

no

3.1

2.4

48.6

305.5

142.5




12, 18, 22, 44, 46

Peromyscus gossypinus (2)

no

3.3

1.9

81.6

406.8

205.8




12, 18, 22, 44, 46

Peromyscus leucopus

no

3.7

2.8

104.0

489

315




18, 22, 28, 30, 44

Peromyscus maniculatus bairdi

no

6.3

3.5

74.7

486

367

1.32

12, 20, 22, 41, 44

Peromyscus maniculatus blandus

no

10

3.8

84.6

432.6

642.1




20

Peromyscus maniculatus gambeli

no

7.5

3-6

24.9

404.5

184




7

Peromyscus melanocarpus

no

1

2.1




665







18, 21

Peromyscus melanophrys

no

1

5.8




256







18, 21

Peromyscus mexicanus

no

1

4.1




430







18, 21

Peromyscus polionotus

no

10.1

5.4

73.9

459

603




11, 12, 22, 44

Peromyscus yucatanicus

no

1

6.0




360.5







18, 21

Proechimys semispinosus

no




1







>300




12, 47

Rattus norvegicus

no

8.4

7.6

43.8

327

374

1.30

12, 41, 54

Rattus rattus

no

8.5

4.4

47

254

427

5.12

2, 18, 22, 23, 41

Reithrodontomys megalotis

no

3.2

3.4

62.4

509

180




8, 12, 18, 22

Sigmodon hispidus

no

4.5

2.1

54.7

485

230

1.01

12, 13, 41

Thomomys bottae


no

20

>3

10

660




2.33

55*

Tylomys nudicaudus(1)

yes

1

8.6




598

43.5




18, 22, 32

Tylomys nudicaudus (2)

yes

1

5.4




912

21.2




18, 22, 32


*Based on observation of one copulation.
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