Data from: When males outlive females: sex-specific effects of temperature on lifespan in a cyclic parthenogen

Barbara Pietrzak, Małgorzata Grzesiuk, Julia Dorosz & Andrzej Mikulski
Lifespans of males and females frequently differ as a consequence of different life history strategies adopted to maximize fitness. It is well visible in cyclic parthenogens, such as water fleas of the genus Daphnia, where males appear in the population usually only for periods when receptive females are available. Moreover, even within one sex, different life history strategies and mechanisms regulating lifespan may exist. Previous studies suggested that Daphnia males may regulate their lifespan by...
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