Figure 1 : The mean number of total galls, bladders, total matured wasp offspring and male wasp offspring of mated (open bars) and virgin (filled bars) foundresses.

From: Selective resource allocation may promote a sex ratio in pollinator fig wasps more beneficial for the host tree

Figure 1

Error bars represent 1 s.e.m. Mated and virgin foundresses produced almost the same number of galls (P = 0.374). However, offspring mortality during development (represented by bladders) was higher for virgin foundresses, resulting in fewer matured offspring overall. All offspring of virgin foundresses were male. *P < 0.05; **P < 0.01.