Data from: Evolution of larval competitiveness and associated life history traits in response to host shifts in a seed beetle

Charles W. Fox, Frank J. Messina, F. J. Messina & C. W. Fox
Resource competition is frequently strong among parasites that feed within small discrete resource patches, such as seeds or fruits. The properties of a host can influence the behavioral, morphological, and life history traits of associated parasites, including traits that mediate competition within the host. For seed parasites, host size may be an especially important determinant of competitive ability. Using the seed beetle, Callosobruchus maculatus, we performed replicated, reciprocal host shifts to examine the role of...
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