Data from: Novel host plant leads to the loss of sexual dimorphism in a sexually-selected male weapon

Pablo Allen, Christine W. Miller & Pablo E. Allen
In this time of massive global change, species are now frequently interacting with novel players. Greater insight into the impact of these novel interactions on traits linked to fitness is essential, because effects on these traits can hinder population existence or promote rapid adaptation. Sexually-selected weapons and ornaments frequently influence fitness and often have heightened condition-dependence in response to nutrition. Condition-dependence in response to different ecological conditions, a form of developmental plasticity, may be responsible...
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