Data from: Experimental evidence that density mediates negative frequency-dependent selection on aggression

R. Julia Kilgour, Andrew G. McAdam, Gustavo S. Betini & D. Ryan Norris
1. Aggression can be beneficial in competitive environments if aggressive individuals are more likely to access resources than non-aggressive individuals. However, variation in aggressive behaviour persists within populations, suggesting that high levels of aggression might not always be favoured. 2. The goal of this study was to experimentally assess the effects of population density and phenotypic frequency on selection on aggression in a competitive environment. 3. We compared survival of two strains of Drosophila melanogaster...
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