Dataset for: No evidence for short-term evolutionary response to a warming environment in Drosophila

Pedro Simões, Marta A. Santos, Ana Carromeu-Santos, Ana S. Quina, Mauro Santos & Margarida Matos
Adaptive evolution is key in mediating responses to global warming and may sometimes be the only solution for species to survive. Such evolution will expectedly lead to changes in the populations’ thermal reaction norm and improve their ability to cope with stressful conditions. Conversely, evolutionary constraints might limit the adaptive response. Here, we test these expectations by performing a real-time evolution experiment in historically differentiated Drosophila subobscura populations. We address the phenotypic change after nine...
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