Data from: The origin and genetic differentiation of the socially parasitic aphid Tamalia inquilinus

Don G. Miller, Sarah P. Lawson, David C. Rinker, Heather Estby & Patrick Abbot
Social and brood parasitisms are nonconsumptive forms of parasitism involving the exploitation of the colonies or nests of a host. Such parasites are often related to their hosts and may evolve in various ecological contexts, causing evolutionary constraints and opportunities for both parasites and their hosts. In extreme cases, patterns of diversification between social parasites and their hosts can be coupled, such that diversity of one is correlated with or even shapes the diversity of...
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