Data from: Temporal population genetics of time travelling insects: a long term longitudinal study in a seed-specialized wasp

Marie Suez, Cindy Gidoin, François Lefèvre, Jean-Noël Candau, Alain Chalon & Thomas Boivin
Many animal species experiencing spatial or interannual fluctuations of their environment are capable of prolonged diapause, a kind of dormancy that extends over more than one year. Such a prolonged diapause is commonly perceived as a temporal demographic refuge in stochastic environments, but empirical evidence is still lacking of its consequences on temporal population genetic structures. In this long-term study, we investigated how a particular pattern of prolonged diapause may influence the temporal population genetics...
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