Life-history consequences of bidirectional selection for male morph in a male-dimorpic bulb mite.

2018-10-19T09:18:18Z (GMT) by Tom van den Beuken Isabel Smallegange
We bidirectionally selected for male morph in the male-dimorphic bulb mite Rhizoglyphus robini for 5 generations. In this dataset you can find the number of mites in each stage for each replicate clutch in each generation. Additionally, this dataset contains the results we obtained from tracking eggs to adults in generations 1 and 5, and assessing the duration of each stage, and the size of each individual at the start of a new stage.