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Spontaneous parthenogenesis in the parasitoid wasp Cotesia typhae: low frequency anomaly or evolving process?

Claire Capdevielle Dulac; Romain Benoist; Sarah Paquet; Paul-André Calatayud; Julius Obonyo; Laure Kaiser; Florence Mougel

Raw data linked to the manuscript, including phenotyping and genotyping results for all Cotesia typhae females analyzed in this study.

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