datasetposted on 29.11.2018 by Sophie Karrenberg, Adrien Favre, Alex Widmer
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Cumulative fitness (times flowered + 1 if the plant survived to the end of the experiment) in crosses within the campions Silene dioica (L.) Clairv. and S. latifolia Poiret, as well as their first- and second-generation hybrids, in a four-year transplant experiment at three sites of each species (data from Favre et al., 2017, New Phytologist 213, 1487-1499). Individuals that died soon after transplantation (transplant shock) or due to mole disturbance or could not be sexed were excluded from the dataset here (see Favre et al. 2017). Column names: Site.ID, identification of individuals across sites; site, transplant site; ID, identification number of individuals within sites; cross, cross type [SD: within S. dioica, SL: within S. latifolia, HD: SD female x SL male, HL: SL female x SD male, F2: second-generation hybrids (pooled)]; habitat, SD: transplanted within SD population, SL: transplanted within SL population; dblock, block within site; family, full-sib family; sex, plant sex; fitness.rev, cumulative fitness (times flowered + 1 if the plant survived to the end of the experiment).