Data from: Association of putatively adaptive genetic variation with climatic variables differs between a parasite and its host

Sheree Walters, Todd Robinson, Margaret Byrne, Grant Wardell-Johnson & Paul Nevill
Parasitism is a pervasive phenomenon in nature with the relationship between species driving evolution in both the parasite and host. Due to their host-dependent lifestyle, parasites may adapt to the abiotic environment in ways that differ from their hosts or from free living relatives; yet rarely has this been assessed. Here, we test two competing hypotheses related to whether putatively adaptive genetic variation in a specialist mistletoe associates with the same, or different, climatic variables...
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