Data from: Niche differentiation and colonization of a novel environment by an asexual parasitic wasp.

Andrew A. Forbes, Laura A. Rice, Nicholas B. Stewart, Wee L. Yee, Maurine Neiman, A. A. Forbes, L. A. Rice, N. B. Stewart, M. Neiman & W. L. Yee
How do asexual taxa become adapted to a diversity of environments, and how do they persist despite changing environmental conditions? These questions are linked by their mutual focus on the relationship between genetic variation, which is often limited in asexuals, and the ability to respond to environmental variation. Asexual taxa originating from a single ancestor present a unique opportunity to assess rates of phenotypic and genetic change when access to new genetic variation is limited...
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