Data from: Negative effects of individual heterozygosity on reproductive success in a wild bird population

Esteban Botero-Delgadillo, Carol Gilsenan, Jakob C. Mueller & Bart Kempenaers
The evolutionary consequences of individual genetic diversity are frequently studied by assessing heterozygosity-fitness correlations (HFCs). The prevalence of positive and negative HFCs and the predominance of general versus local effects in wild populations are far from understood, partly because comprehensive studies testing for both inbreeding and outbreeding depression are lacking. We studied a genetically diverse population of blue tits in southern Germany using a genome-wide set of 87 microsatellites to investigate the relationship between proxies...
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