Data from: Persistent directional selection on body size and a resolution to the paradox of stasis

Njal Rollinson & Locke Rowe
Directional selection on size is common but often fails to result in micro-evolution in the wild. Similarly, macro-evolutionary rates in size are low relative to the observed strength of selection in nature. We show that many estimates of selection on size have been measured on juveniles, not adults. Further, parents influence juvenile size by adjusting investment per offspring. In light of these observations, we help resolve this paradox by suggesting that the observed upward selection...
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