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1. Data from: A comparative analysis of the mechanisms underlying speciation on Lord Howe Island

2019. Papadopulos, Alexander S. T., Price, Zuzana, Devaux, Celine, Hipperson, Helen, Smadja, Carole M., Hutton, Ian, Baker, William J., Butlin, Roger K., Savolainen, Vincent, Price, Z., Hipperson, H., Butlin, R. K., and Baker, W. J. On Lord Howe Island, speciation is thought to have taken place in situ in a diverse array of distantly related plant taxa (Metrosideros, Howea and ... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Imperial College London, University of Sheffield, and Royal Botanic Gardens.

2. Data from: A comparative morphometric study of sensory capacity in geometrid moths

2019. Javoiš, Juhan, Davis, Robert B., and Tammaru, Toomas. Diet breadth and the degree of capital breeding have been established as major determinants of species-specific ecology of herbivorous insects. The... Journal of Evolutionary Biology.

3. Data from: A competitive environment influences sperm production, but not testes tissue composition, in house mice

2019. Firman, Renée C., Garcia-Gonzalez, Francisco, Simmons, Leigh W., and Andre, Goncalo I. Due to the physiological cost of sperm production, males are expected to be prudent in their expenditure and adjust their investment according to c... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Western Australia.

4. Data from: A costly chemical trait: phenotypic condition dependence of cuticular hydrocarbons in a dung beetle

2019. Berson, Jacob D. and Simmons, Leigh W. Chemical traits are increasingly recognised as important cues used in mate choice. For example, the cuticular hydrocarbons (CHCs) of insects have b... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Western Australia.

5. Data from: A Drosophila laboratory evolution experiment points to low evolutionary potential under increased temperatures likely to be experienced in the future

2019. Schou, Mads F., Kristensen, Torsten N., Kellermann, Vanessa, Schlötterer, Christian, and Loeschcke, Volker. The ability to respond evolutionarily to increasing temperatures is important for survival of ectotherms in a changing climate. Recent studies sugg... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Aarhus University, Aalborg University, and Monash University.

6. Data from: A dynamic framework for the study of optimal birth intervals reveals the importance of sibling competition and mortality risks

2019. Thomas, Matthew G., Shanley, Daryl P., Houston, Alasdair I., McNamara, John M., Mace, Ruth, Kirkwood, Tom B. L., Houston, A. I., Thomas, M. G., Mace, R., Shanley, D. P., and Kirkwood, T. B. L. Human reproductive patterns have been well studied, but the mechanisms by which physiology, ecology and existing kin interact to affect the life hi... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of Bristol, University College London, and Newcastle University.

7. Data from: A facultative endosymbiont in aphids can provide diverse ecological benefits

2019. Heyworth, Eleanor R., Ferrari, Julia, Heyworth, E. R., and Ferrari, J. Ecologically important traits of insects are often affected by facultative bacterial endosymbionts. This is best studied in the pea aphid Acyrthosi... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. University of York.

8. Data from: A field test of a model for the stability of androdioecy in the freshwater shrimp, Eulimnadia texana

2019. Weeks, Stephen C., Benvenuto, Chiara, Reed, Sadie K., Duff, Robert J., Duan, Zhong-Hui, David, Patrice, David, P., Weeks, S. C., Benvenuto, C., Reed, S. K., Duff, R. J., and Duan, Z.-H. The evolution of hermaphroditism from dioecy is a poorly studied transition. Androdioecy (the coexistence of males and hermaphrodites) has been sug... Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Centre d'Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive and University of Akron.

9. Data from: A framework for estimating the fixation time of an advantageous allele in stepping-stone models

2019. Hartfield, Matthew. Determining how population subdivision increases the fixation time of an advantageous allele is an important problem in evolutionary genetics as th... Journal of Evolutionary Biology.

10. Data from: A history of phenotypic plasticity accelerates adaptation to a new environment

2019. Fierst, Janna L. Can a history of phenotypic plasticity increase the rate of adaptation to a new environment? Theory suggests it can through two different mechanism... Journal of Evolutionary Biology.