Data from: Fluorescent sperm in a transparent worm: validation of a GFP marker to study sexual selection

Lucas Marie-Orleach, Tim Janicke, Dita B. Vizoso, Micha Eichmann & Lukas Schärer
Background: Sexual selection has initially been thought to occur exclusively at the precopulatory stage in terms of contests among males and female mate choice, but research over the last four decades revealed that it often continues after copulation through sperm competition and cryptic female choice. However, studying these postcopulatory processes remains challenging because they occur internally and therefore are often difficult to observe. In the transparent free-living flatworm Macrostomum lignano, a recently established transgenic line...
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