Data from: The effects of male harm vary with female quality and environmental complexity in Drosophila melanogaster

Alison MacPherson, Li Yun, Tania S. Barrera, Aneil F. Agrawal & Howard D. Rundle
Mate competition provides the opportunity for sexual selection which often acts strongly on males, but also the opportunity for sexual conflict that can alter natural selection on females. Recent attention has focused on the potential of sexual conflict to weaken selection on females if male sexual attention, and hence harm, is disproportionately directed toward high over low quality females, thereby reducing the fitness difference between these females. However, sexual conflict could instead strengthen selection on...
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