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Gynodioecious plants exhibit modest sexual dimorphism in vegetative and phenological traits, which stands in stark contrast to pronounced dimorphism in reproductive traits. I evaluate the roles of limited genetic variation, negative genetic covariation (within and between sex morphs), and lack of gender-differential selection in contributing to minimal sexual dimorphism for these traits in Fragaria virginiana. Major findings are as follows. First, selection was sometimes differential but rarelydoi:10.2307/3473063 pmid:16224712 fatcat:zybbqrxntnhr5jd6hesazklwfi