Data from: Maternal size and age shape offspring size in a live-bearing fish, Xiphophorus birchmanni

Holly K. Kindsvater, Gil G. Rosenthal & Suzanne H. Alonzo
Many studies of offspring size focus on differences in maternal investment that arise from ecological factors such as predation or competition. Classic theory predicts that these ecological factors will select for an optimal offspring size, and therefore that variation in a given environment will be minimized. Yet recent evidence suggests maternal traits such as size or age could also drive meaningful variation in offspring size. The generality of this pattern is unclear, as some studies...
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