Data from: Environmentally induced development costs underlie fitness tradeoffs

Gregory M. Walter, Melanie J. Wilkinson, J. David Aguirre, Mark W. Blows, Daniel Ortiz-Barrientos & Greg M. Walter
Local adaptation can lead to genotype‐by‐environment interactions, which can create fitness tradeoffs in alternative environments, and govern the distribution of biodiversity across geographic landscapes. Exploring the ecological circumstances that promote the evolution of fitness tradeoffs requires identifying how natural selection operates and during which ontogenetic stages natural selection is strongest. When organisms disperse to areas outside their natural range, tradeoffs might emerge when organisms struggle to reach key life history stages, or alternatively, die shortly...
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