Data from: Laboratory maintenance does not alter ecological and physiological patterns among species: a Drosophila case study

Heidi J. MacLean, Torsten Nygaard Kristensen, Jesper G. Sorensen & Johannes Overgaard
Large comparative studies in animal ecology, physiology, and evolution often use animals reared in the laboratory for many generations; however, the relevance of these studies hinges on the assumption that laboratory populations are still representative for their wild living conspecifics. In the present study, we investigate if laboratory-maintained and freshly-collected animal populations are fundamentally different and if data from laboratory-maintained animals are valid to use in large comparative investigations of ecological and physiological patterns. Here,...
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