Data from: Phylogeny meets ecotoxicology: evolutionary patterns of sensitivity to a common insecticide

John I. Hammond, Devin K. Jones, Patrick R. Stephens & Rick A. Relyea
Pesticides commonly occur in aquatic systems and pose a substantial challenge to the conservation of many taxa. Ecotoxicology has traditionally met this challenge by focusing on short-term, single-species tests and conducting risk assessments based on the most sensitive species tested. Rarely have ecotoxicology data been examined from an evolutionary perspective and to our knowledge there has never been a phylogenetic analysis of sensitivity, despite the fact that doing so would provide insights into patterns of...
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