Data from: When field experiments yield unexpected results: lessons learned from measuring selection in White Sands lizards

Kayla M. Hardwick, Luke J. Harmon, Scott D. Hardwick & Erica Bree Rosenblum
Determining the adaptive significance of phenotypic traits is key for understanding evolution and diversification in natural populations. However, evolutionary biologists have an incomplete understanding of how specific traits affect fitness in most populations. The White Sands system provides an opportunity to study the adaptive significance of traits in an experimental context. Blanched color evolved recently in three species of lizards inhabiting the gypsum dunes of White Sands and is likely an adaptation to avoid predation....
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