Data from: The contribution of a pollinating seed predator to selection on Silene latifolia females

Anne Burkhardt, Benjamin J. Ridenhour, Lynda F. Delph & Giorgina Bernasconi
Interactions, antagonistic or mutualistic, can exert selection on plant traits. We explored the role of Hadena bicruris, a pollinating seed predator, as a selective agent on its host, the dioecious plant Silene latifolia. We exposed females from artificial-selection lines (many, small flowers (SF) vs. few, large flowers (LF)) to this moth. Infestation did not differ significantly between lines, but the odds of attacked fruits aborting were higher in SF females. We partitioned selection between that...
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