Temperature-mediated variation in selection on offspring size: a multi-cohort field study

Dustin Marshall
Offspring size is a key life history trait that often covaries negatively with temperature. Most studies focus on how temperature alters selection on offspring size during early life history stages such as embryos or larvae. The degree to which temperature alters the relationship between offspring size and post-metamorphic performance remains unclear as field studies across multiple temperature regimes are rare. I deployed over 6000 individuals of known offspring size, into the field across 28 cohorts...
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