Data from: Wing trait-inversion associations in Drosophila subobscura can be generalized within continents, but may change through time

Pedro Simoes, Inês Fragata, Miguel Lopes-Cunha, Margarida Lima, Bárbara Kellen, Margarida Bárbaro, Mauro Santos & Margarida Matos
Clinal variation is one of the most emblematic examples of the action of natural selection at a wide geographical range. In Drosophila subobscura parallel clines in body size and inversions, but not in wing shape, were found in Europe and South and North America. Previous work has shown that a bottleneck effect might be largely responsible for differences in wing trait-inversions association between one European and one South American population. One question still unaddressed is...
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