Data from: Development time mediates the effect of larval diet on ageing and mating success of male antler flies in the wild

Christopher Angell, Mathieu Oudin, Nicolas Rode, Brian Mautz, Russell Bonduriansky & Howard Rundle
High-quality developmental environments often improve individual performance into adulthood, but allocating toward early life traits, such as growth, development rate and reproduction, may lead to trade-offs with late-life performance. It is, therefore, uncertain how a rich developmental environment will affect the ageing process (senescence), particularly in wild insects. To investigate the effects of early life environmental quality on insect life-history traits, including senescence, we reared larval antler flies (Protopiophila litigata) on four diets of varying...
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