Data from: Testing for a genetic response to sexual selection in a wild Drosophila population

Thomas P. Gosden, Jeffrey R. Thomson, Mark W. Blows, Andrea Schaul & Stephen F. Chenoweth
In accordance with the consensus that sexual selection is responsible for the rapid evolution of display traits on macroevolutionary scales, microevolutionary studies suggest sexual selection is a widespread and often strong form of directional selection in nature. However, empirical evidence for the contemporary evolution of sexually selected traits remains weak. In this study we used a novel application of quantitative genetic breeding designs to test for a genetic response to sexual selection on eight chemical...
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