Data from: High temperatures reveal cryptic genetic variation in a polymorphic female sperm storage organ

David Berger, Stephanie Sandra Bauerfeind, Wolf Ulrich Blanckenhorn & Martin Andreas Schäefer
Variation in female reproductive morphology may play a decisive role in reproductive isolation by affecting the relative fertilization success of alternative male phenotypes. Yet, knowledge of how environmental variation may influence the development of the female reproductive tract and thus alter the arena of post-copulatory sexual selection is limited. Yellow dung fly females possess either three or four sperm storage compartments, a polymorphism with documented influence on sperm precedence. We performed a quantitative genetics study...
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