Data from: Genetic and phenotypic variation in juvenile development in relation to temperature and developmental pathway in a geometrid moth

Sami M. Kivelä, Panu Välimäki & Maarit I. Mäenpää
Life histories show genetic population-level variation due to spatial variation in selection pressures. Phenotypic plasticity in life histories is also common, facilitating fine-tuning of the phenotype in relation to the prevailing selection regime. In multivoltine (≥ 2 generations / year) insects, individuals following alternative developmental pathways (diapause / direct development) experience different selection regimes. We studied the genetic and phenotypic components of juvenile development in Cabera exanthemata (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) in a factorial split-brood experiment. F2...
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