Data from: Evidence for adaptive divergence of thermal responses among Bemisia tabaci populations from tropical Colombia following a recent invasion

F. Díaz, V. Muñoz-Valencia, D. L. Juvinao-Quintero, M. R. Manzano-Martínez, N. Toro-Perea, H. Cárdenas-Henao & A. A. Hoffmann
There is an increasing evidence that populations of ectotherms can diverge genetically in response to different climatic conditions, both within their native range and (in the case of invasive species) in their new range. Here, we test for such divergence in invasive whitefly Bemisia tabaci populations in tropical Colombia, by considering heritable variation within and between populations in survival and fecundity under temperature stress, and by comparing population differences with patterns established from putatively neutral...
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