Data from: Genetic variation in aggregation behaviour and interacting phenotypes in Drosophila

Anne Sophie Philippe, Raphael Jeanson, Cristian Pasquaretta, Francois Rebaudo, Cedric Sueur & Frederic Mery
Aggregation behaviour is the tendency for animals to group together which may have important consequences on individual fitness. We used a combination of experimental and simulation approaches to study how genetic variation and social environment interact to influence aggregation dynamics in Drosophila. To do this, we use two different natural lines of Drosophila that arise from a polymorphism in the foraging gene (“rovers” and “sitters”). We placed groups of flies in a heated arena. Flies...
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