datasetposted on 12.11.2019 by Luigi Pontieri, Anna M. Schmidt, Rohini Singh, Jacobus Boomsma, Jes Søe Pedersen, Timothy A. Linksvayer
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Data for all colonies used in the study. Columns: "Colony_ID"; "Generation" = 0-3 "Group" = High/Low/NA for colonies in the High and Low selection lines as well as initial colonies that were not selection; "Group2" = High1, High2, Low1, Low2, NA, specifying which replicate group colonies were in; "Replicate" = 1,2,0 redundant with Group2; "Parent" = YES/NO for whether colonies were selected as parents for the next generation; "workers", "gynes", "males" = the total number of workers, gynes, and males produced; "survived" = YES/NO, whether the colony survived to produce any individuals; "reproduced" = YES/NO, whether the colony produced any gynes or males.