Data from: Variation in the benefits of multiple mating on female fertility in wild stalk-eyed flies

Lara Meade, Elisabeth Harley, Alison Cotton, James Howie, Andrew Pomiankowski, Kevin Fowler & James M. Howie
Polyandry, female mating with multiple males, is widespread across many taxa and almost ubiquitous in insects. This conflicts with the traditional idea that females are constrained by their comparatively large investment in each offspring, and so should only need to mate once or a few times. Females may need to mate multiply to gain sufficient sperm supplies to maintain their fertility, especially in species in which male promiscuity results in division of their ejaculate amongst...
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