Data from: Sex determination meltdown upon biological control introduction of the parasitoid Cotesia rubecula?

Jetske G. De Boer, Bram Kuijper, George E. Heimpel & Leo W. Beukeboom
Natural enemies may go through genetic bottlenecks during the process of biological control introductions. Such bottlenecks are expected to be particularly detrimental in parasitoid Hymenoptera that exhibit complementary sex determination (CSD). CSD is associated with a severe form of inbreeding depression because homozygosity at one or multiple sex loci leads to the production of diploid males that are typically unviable or sterile. We observed that diploid males occur at a relatively high rate (8-13% of...
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