Data from: Developmental plasticity evolved according to specialist–generalist trade-offs in experimental populations of Drosophila melanogaster

Jacqueline Le Vinh Thuy, John M. Vandenbrooks & Michael J. Angilletta
We studied the evolution of developmental plasticity in populations of Drosophila melanogaster that evolved at either constant or fluctuating temperatures. Consistent with theory, genotypes that evolved at a constant 16°C or 25°C performed best when raised and tested at that temperature. Genotypes that evolved at fluctuating temperatures performed well at either temperature, but only when raised and tested at the same temperature. Our results confirm evolutionary patterns predicted by theory, including a loss of plasticity...
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