Data from: Experimental evolution reveals balancing selection underlying coexistence of alternative male reproductive phenotypes

Skrzynecka AM, Radwan J

Date Published: August 3, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.k1rd0

 

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Title R.robini male morph number counted after experimental evolution in two types of environment.
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Description Number of alternative male morphs assessed after 14 generations of experimental evolution in two types of environment differing in complexity level (simple and complex). Two levels of initial morph ratio were used (low and high) which gives 4 combinations of factors in total (simple/complex; low/high). Each combination were replicate 5 times (lines nested within combination of factors). Data were obtained by counting alternative male morphs after 1 generation of common garden conditions. Abbreviations used in column names: Line_id - number of line within combination of factors; Envir_complexity - environment complexity (simple/complex); Fighter_start_prop - initial proportion of fighters (low-50%/ high-94%); Fighters_end - number of fighters after 14 generations of evolution in conditions mentioned above; Scramblers_end - number of fighters after 14 generations of evolution in conditions mentioned above.
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Skrzynecka AM, Radwan J (2016) Experimental evolution reveals balancing selection underlying coexistence of alternative male reproductive phenotypes. Evolution 70(11): 2611-2615. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.13038

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