Data from: Coevolution of venom function and venom resistance in a rattlesnake predator and its squirrel prey

Matthew L. Holding, James E. Biardi & H. Lisle Gibbs
Measuring local adaptation can provide insights into how coevolution occurs between predators and prey. Specifically, theory predicts that local adaptation in functionally-matched traits of predators and prey will not be detected when coevolution is governed by escalating arms races, whereas it will be present when coevolution occurs through an alternate mechanism of phenotype matching. Here, we analyze local adaptation in venom activity and prey resistance across 12 populations of Northern Pacific rattlesnakes and California ground...
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