Data from: Sexually antagonistic genetic variance for fitness in an ancestral and a novel environment

Matthieu Delcourt, Mark W. Blows & Howard D. Rundle
The intersex genetic correlation for fitness (rwfm), a standardized measure of the degree to which male and female fitness covary genetically, has consequences for important evolutionary processes, but few estimates are available and none have explored how it changes with environment. Using a half-sibling breeding design, we estimated the genetic (co)variance matrix (G) for male and female fitness, and the resulting rwfm,in Drosophila serrata. Our estimates were performed in two environments: the laboratory yeast food...
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