Data from: The geographic structure of selection on a coevolving interaction between social parasitic wasps and their hosts hampers social evolution

Maria Cristina Lorenzi & John N Thompson
Social parasites exploit societies, rather than organisms, and rear their brood in social insect colonies at the expense of their hosts, triggering a coevolutionary process that may affect host social structure. The resulting coevolutionary trajectories may be further altered by selection imposed by predators, which exploit the abundant resources concentrated in these nests. Here, we show that geographic differences in selection imposed by predators affects the structure of selection on coevolving hosts and their social...
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