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Fig. S1. Offspring number for 60-day experimental treatment females. Offspring number over time in the subset of females kept in the experiment an extra 30 days. Format as in Fig. 2. ‘Post 3’ represents days 31–45 of the treatment, and ‘post 4’ represents days 46–60. (a) Low food P. prolifica shows a slow decline in offspring number as compared to the high food group. (b) Low food P. monacha mirrors high food females for the first 30 days of the treatment, and then shows a rapid decline in fecundity. This data is consistent with dissection data of females euthanized after 30 days of treatment, suggesting that dissection data is a realistic representation of future fecundity in this experiment.

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