Data from: Temperature fluctuations during development reduce male fitness and may limit adaptive potential in tropical rainforest Drosophila

Saxon AD, O'Brien EK, Bridle JR

Date Published: December 22, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3f8v2

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Title Effect of temperature fluctuations on male fitness traits in Drosophila birchii
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Description This Excel file contains 8 datasheets. Sheets 1-3 are for Experiments I ,II & III, containing information about transect, elevation of origin, isofemale line, focal male number and treatment. Data are for total cumulative offspring, number of matings and offspring per mating. Sheets 4-6 show wing centroid measurements for the same experiments respectively. Sheets 7-8 are summary line data for Experiments I and II used for heritability estimates and genetic correlations.
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Saxon AD, O'Brien EK, Bridle JR (2017) Temperature fluctuations during development reduce male fitness and may limit adaptive potential in tropical rainforest Drosophila. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/jeb.13231

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Saxon AD, O'Brien EK, Bridle JR (2017) Data from: Temperature fluctuations during development reduce male fitness and may limit adaptive potential in tropical rainforest Drosophila. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3f8v2
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