Data from: Selection for alternative male reproductive tactics alters intralocus sexual conflict

Agata Plesnar-Bielak, Anna Skrzynecka, Krzysztof Miler, Jacek Radwan, Agata Plesnar Bielak & Anna M. Skrzynecka
Intralocus sexual conflict (IASC) arises when fitness optima for a shared trait differ between the sexes; such conflict may help maintain genetic variation within populations. Sex-limited expression of sexually antagonistic traits may help resolve the conflict, but the extent of this resolution remains a subject of debate. In species with alternative male reproductive tactics, unresolved conflict should manifest more in a more sexually dimorphic male phenotype. We tested this prediction in the bulb mite (Rhizoglyphus...
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