Data from: Survival by genotype: patterns at Mc1r are not black and white at the White Sands ecotone

Simone Des Roches, Rahel Sollmann, Kendall Calhoun, A. P. Rothstein, Erica B. Rosenblum, S. Des Roches, K. Calhoun, E. B. Rosenblum & R. Sollmann
Measuring links among genotype, phenotype and survival in the wild has long been a focus of studies of adaptation. We conducted a 4-year capture–recapture study to measure survival by genotype and phenotype in the Southwestern Fence Lizard (Sceloporus cowlesi) at the White Sands ecotone (transition area between white sands and dark soil habitats). We report several unanticipated findings. First, in contrast with previous work showing that cryptic blanched coloration in S. cowlesi from the heart...
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