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(and presumably subject to higher predation rates) in small
patches that received gene flow from larger patches (with
sticks that had the opposite color morph). In barA
nacles subject to00 igh thermal stress environments, Bertness
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anism that prevented local adaptation. In two insect-trans0
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plant studies, strong TlP P RRD CCR MCD AAM WCC when
insects survived at a much higherPrate at natal sites as opposed
P tscores for flor from the five populations
FIG. 2. Average opulation larvae from the five populations
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1994; Mopper et al.
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