Data from: Small spermatophore size and reduced female fitness in an isolated butterfly population

Anne Duplouy & Ilkka Hanski
The Glanville fritillary butterfly (Melitaea cinxia) has a small population (Ne ~100) on the small island of Pikku Tytärsaari (PT) in the Gulf of Finland. The population has remained completely isolated for ~100 generations, which has resulted in greatly reduced genetic variation and high genetic load (low fitness). In particular, females lay small egg clutches with low egg-hatching rate in comparison with a large reference population in the Åland Islands (ÅL). Here, we analyze to...
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