Data from: Quantitative genetic divergence and standing genetic (co)variance in thermal reaction norms along latitude

David Berger, Erik Postma, Wolf Blanckenhorn, Richard John Walters & Wolf U. Blanckenhorn
Although the potential to adapt to warmer climate is constrained by genetic trade-offs, our understanding of how selection and mutation shape genetic (co)variances in thermal reaction norms is poor. Using 71 isofemale lines of the fly Sepsis punctum, originating from northern, central and southern European climates, we tested for divergence in juvenile development rate across latitude at five experimental temperatures. To investigate effects of evolutionary history in different climates on standing genetic variation in reaction...
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