Data from: A case for a joint strategy of diversified bet hedging and plasticity in the pea aphid wing polyphenism

Mary E. Grantham, Chris J. Antonio, Brian R. O'Neil, Yi Xiang Zhan & Jennifer A. Brisson
Phenotypic plasticity and diversified bet hedging are strategies for coping with variable environments. Plasticity is favoured when an organism can predict future conditions using environmental cues, while bet hedging is favoured when predictive cues are not available. Theoretical analyses suggest that many organisms should use a mixture of both strategies, because environments often present both scenarios. Here, we examine if the pea aphid wing polyphenism, a well-known case of plasticity, is potentially a mixture of...
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