Data from: Selection on incremental variation of eye size in a wild population of Daphnia

Christopher S. Brandon, Tiesha James & Jeffry L. Dudycha
Several studies of eye morphology have analyzed macroevolutionary patterns in the diversity of eyes, and though these studies are often linked to environment or behavior, they provide only indirect evidence of selection. Specific data to show the microevolutionary potential for adaptation by natural selection in eye morphology has been lacking. We document directional selection on eye size, an important determinant of visual capabilities, in a wild population of the freshwater microcrustacean Daphnia. We show that...
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