Data from: Adaptation to a novel family environment involves both apparent and cryptic phenotypic changes

Schrader M, Jarrett B, Rebar D, Kilner R, Schrader M

Date Published: July 31, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3kh41

 

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Title Schrader et al breeding data
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Description Measures of breeding performance for all successful broods across the first 13 generations of experimental evolution. The columns are as follow: Carcass_mass_in_grams (the mass of the breeding carcass in grams), Environment (Control or No Care), Replicate (the replicate population, coded as A or B), Generation (the generation of experimental evolution), Pair (the unique breeding pair for a given Environment / Replicate / Generation), Brood_size (the number of larvae at dispersal), Brood_mass_in_grams (the total mass of all dispersing larvae in grams), Mean_larval_mass (the mean mass of dispersing larvae in grams, calculated as brood_mass_in grams/Brood_size).
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