Data for: Testing for fitness epistasis in a transplant experiment identifies a candidate adaptive locus in Timema stick insects

Romain Villoutreix, Clarissa Ferreira De Carvalho, Zachariah Gompert, Thomas L. Parchman, Jeffrey L. Feder & Patrik Nosil
Identifying the genetic basis of adaptation is a central goal of evolutionary biology. However, identifying genes and mutations affecting fitness remains challenging because a large number of traits and variants can influence fitness. Selected phenotypes can also be difficult to know a priori, complicating top-down genetic approaches for trait mapping that involve crosses or genome-wide association studies. In such cases, experimental genetic approaches, where one maps fitness directly and attempts to infer the traits involved...
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