Data from: The developmental race between maturing host plants and their butterfly herbivore – the influence of phenological matching and temperature

Diana Posledovich, Tenna Toftegaard, Christer Wiklund, Johan Ehrlén & Karl Gotthard
1. Interactions between herbivorous insects and their host plants that are limited in time are widespread. Therefore, many insect–plant interactions result in a developmental race, where herbivores need to complete their development before plants become unsuitable, while plants strive to minimize damage from herbivores by outgrowing them. 2. When spring phenologies of interacting species change asymmetrically in response to climate warming, there will be a change in the developmental state of host plants at the...
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