Data from: Hard and soft selection on phenology through seasonal shifts in the general and social environments: a study on plant emergence time

Arthur E. Weis, Kyle M. Turner, Bergita Petro, Emily J. Austen & Susana M. Wadgymar
The timing of transition out of one life history phase determines where in the seasonal succession of environments the next phase is spent. Shifts in the general environment (e.g., seasonal climate) affect the expected fitness for particular transition dates. Variation in transition date also leads to temporal variation in the social environment. For instance, early transition may confer a competitive advantage over later individuals. If so, the social environment will impose frequency- and density-dependent selection...
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