Data from: Sex-biased dispersal is independent of sex ratio in a semiaquatic insect

Celina B. Baines, Ilia Maria Ferzoco & Shannon J. McCauley
Dispersal influences a variety of ecological and evolutionary dynamics including metapopulation persistence and local adaptation. Sex-biased dispersal evolves when the costs and benefits associated with dispersal differ between the sexes. These costs and benefits may be fixed, resulting in a consistent pattern of sex-biased dispersal within species whereby one sex always disperses more and/or further than the other. Alternatively, the costs and benefits may vary depending on the intensity of competition experienced by the two...
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