Data from: The B-matrix harbours significant and sex-specific constraints on the evolution of multi-character sexual dimorphism

Thomas P. Gosden, Krishna-Lila Shastri, Paolo Innocenti & Stephen F. Chenoweth
The extent to which sexual dimorphism can evolve within a population depends on an interaction between sexually divergent selection and constraints imposed by a genetic architecture that is shared between males and females. The degree of constraint within a population is normally inferred from the intersexual genetic correlation, rmf. However, such bivariate correlations ignore the potential constraining effect of genetic covariances between other sexually co-expressed traits. Using the fruit fly Drosophila serrata, a species that...
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