Data from: Consequences of symbiont co-infections for insect host phenotypes

Ailsa H. C. McLean, Benjamin James Parker, Jan Hrček, James Kavanagh, Peter A. D. Wellham, H. Charles J. Godfray & James C. Kavanagh
1. Most animals host communities of symbiotic bacteria. In insects, these symbionts may have particularly intimate interactions with their hosts: many are intracellular and can play important roles in host ecology and evolution, including protection against natural enemies. 2. We investigated how interactions between different species or strains of endosymbiotic bacteria within an aphid host influence the outcome of symbiosis for both symbiont and host. 3. We first asked whether different combinations of facultative symbiont...
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