Data from: Female-limited colour polymorphism in the crab spider Synema globosum (Araneae: Thomisidae)

Helena Ajuria Ibarra & Tom Reader
Conspicuous colour variation, caused by the influence of the environment on phenotype or by genetic differences among individuals, is frequently observed in nature. If genetic in origin, colour variation can facilitate the study of mechanisms that contribute to the maintenance of true polymorphisms. Here we describe, for the first time, the female-limited colour polymorphism in the crab spider, Synema globosum. We looked for associations between life-history traits and female colour morph, and identified potential agents...
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