Data from: Lobelia siphilitica plants that escape herbivory in time also have reduced latex production

Amy L. Parachnowitsch, Christina M. Caruso, Stuart A. Campbell & Andre Kessler
Flowering phenology is an important determinant of a plant’s reproductive success. Both assortative mating and niche construction can result in the evolution of correlations between phenology and other reproductive, functional, and life history traits. Correlations between phenology and herbivore defence traits are particularly likely because the timing of flowering can allow a plant to escape herbivory. To test whether herbivore escape and defence are correlated, we estimated phenotypic and genetic correlations between flowering phenology and...
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