Data from: A resource on latitudinal and altitudinal clines of ecologically relevant phenotypes of the Indian Drosophila

Subhash Rajpurohit, Xiaqing Zhao & Paul S. Schmidt
The unique geography of the Indian subcontinent has provided diverse natural environments for a variety of organisms. In this region, many ecological indices such as temperature and humidity vary predictably as a function of both latitude and altitude; these environmental parameters significantly affect fundamental dynamics of natural populations. Indian drosophilids are diverse in their geographic distribution and climate tolerance, possibly as a result of climatic adaptation. These associations with environmental parameters are further reflected in...
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