Data from: Motherly love curbs harm: maternal effects modulate sexual conflict

Pau Carazo, Roberto García-Roa, Gonçalo Faria & Daniel Noble
Strong sexual selection frequently favours males that increase their reproductive success by harming females, with potentially negative consequences for population growth. Understanding what factors modulate conflict between the sexes is hence critical to understand both the evolution male and female phenotypes and the viability of populations in the wild. Studies addressing the evolution of sexual conflict have so far considered direct effects on male and female reproductive success along with indirect genetic benefits (e.g. good...
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