Data from: Quantifying variation in female internal genitalia: no evidence for plasticity response to sexual conflict risk in a seed beetle

Blake Wyber, Kathryn McNamara, Liam Dougherty, Andrew Mehnert, Jeremy Shaw, Joseph Tomkins & Leigh Simmons
Sexually antagonistic coevolution can drive the evolution of male traits that harm females, and female resistance to those traits. While males have been found to vary their harmfulness to females in response to social cues, whether female resistance traits vary in response to social cues remains to be examined. Among seed beetles, male genital spines harm females during copulation and females might resist male harm via thickening of the reproductive tract walls. Here we develop...
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