Data from: The roles of demography and genetics in the early stages of colonization

Marianna Szűcs, Brett A. Melbourne, Ty Tuff & Ruth A. Hufbauer
Colonization success increases with the size of the founding group. Both demographic and genetic factors underlie this relationship, yet because genetic diversity normally increases with numbers of individuals, their relative importance remains unclear. Furthermore, their influence may depend on the environment and may change as colonization progresses from establishment through population growth and then dispersal. We tested the roles of genetics, demography and environment in the founding of Tribolium castaneum populations. Using three genetic backgrounds...
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