Data from: Genetic trade-offs between male reproductive traits in Drosophila melanogaster

David C.S. Filice, Tristan A.F. Long, David C. S. Filice & Tristan A. F. Long
In Drosophila melanogaster, males engage in both extensive pre-and postcopulatory competition for the opportunity to mate with females and subsequently sire offspring. The selection pressure for increased male reproductive success has resulted in the evolution of a wide diversity of sexual traits. However, despite strong selection, individuals often exhibit considerable phenotypic variation in the expression of these traits, and it is unclear if any of this variation is due to underlying genetic trade-offs. Here, using...
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