Data from: Local climate determines intra- and interspecific variation in sexual size dimorphism in mountain grasshopper communities

Paola Laiolo, Juan Carlos Illera & José Ramon Obeso
The climate is often evoked to explain broad-scale clines of body size, yet its involvement in the processes that generate size inequality in the two sexes (sexual size dimorphism) remains elusive. Here, we analyse climatic clines of sexual size dimorphism along a wide elevation gradient (i) among grasshopper species in a phylogenetically controlled scenario and (ii) within species differing in distribution and cold tolerance, to highlight patterns generated at different time scales, mainly evolutionary (among...
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