Data from: Phylogenetic analysis reveals positive correlations between adaptations to diverse hosts in a group of pathogen-like herbivores

Daniel A. Peterson, Nate B. Hardy, Geoffrey E. Morse, Ian C. Stocks, Akiko Okusu & Benjamin B. Normark
A jack of all trades can be master of none – this intuitive idea underlies most theoretical models of host-use evolution in plant-feeding insects, yet empirical support for trade-offs in performance on distinct host plants is weak. Trade-offs may influence the long-term evolution of host use while being difficult to detect in extant populations, but host-use evolution may also be driven by adaptations for generalism. Here we used host-use data from insect collection records to...
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