Figure S1;Figure S2 from <i>Daphnia</i> invest in sexual reproduction when its relative costs are reduced

Figure S1. Occurrence of sexually reproducing females in the population with respect to asexual reproductive effort. Grey lines show the logistic regression within populations, whereas the pink line shows the logistic regression across populations. The inflection point (black line) indicates the threshold mean asexual reproductive effort (e2.44=11.47) at which the majority of populations contain females that carry a sexual clutch. Light grey dots show the raw data.;Figure S2. Temporal dynamics (day 1 = May 30, 2015) of (a) population density (Daphnia/L), (b) asexual reproductive effort, (c) population growth rate, and (d) the proportion of sexual females in the population. Each line shows one of the 11 rock pool populations.