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Data S1 Fecundity estimates used in our analyses of the taxonomically diverse wasp dataset

Data S2 Justification for dividing our main dataset for wasps into two subsets, based on the host’s mode of development

Data S3 Factors controlled for when testing for a relationship between parasitioid wasp fecundity and successive oviposition target  (taxonomically diverse data subsets)

Data S4 The relationship between lifetime potential fecundity and the number of ovarioles per ovary among Price’s (1975) parasitoids (ichneumonid wasps and various flies)

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