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Theoretical work predicts that dispersal and self-fertilisation (selfing) should always be negatively correlated and the Good Coloniser Syndrome (GCS) of high dispersal and selfing should not occur when both traits are free to evolve. This contradicts positive relationships between selfing and dispersal in empirical data. Critically, previous work assumes density of adults is spatially and temporally homogeneous, so selfing results in homogeneity in propagule production and competition, whichdoi:10.1101/203042 fatcat:52hio2qfd5cvlosyj37mvbst64