Data from: Host defense triggers rapid adaptive radiation in experimentally evolving parasites

Sarah E. Bush, Scott M. Villa, Juan C. Altuna, Kevin P. Johnson, Michael D. Shapiro & Dale H. Clayton
Adaptive radiation occurs when the members of a single lineage evolve different adaptive forms in response to selection imposed by competitors or predators. Iconic examples include Darwin’s finches, Caribbean anoles, and Hawaiian silverswords, all of which live on islands. Although adaptive radiation is thought to be an important generator of biodiversity, most studies concern groups that have already diversified. Here we take the opposite approach. We experimentally triggered diversification in the descendants of a single...
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