Data from: Nontarget herbivory by a weed biocontrol insect is limited to spillover, reducing the chance of population-level impacts

Catton HA, Lalonde RG, De Clerck-Floate RA

Date Published: December 9, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.0p468

 

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Title Catton et al Fig 1 data June 8 2013
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Description This data file was used to generate Figure 1 in Catton et al. (2015). It contains the results for the presence or absence of M. crucifer herbivory scars on Cynoglossum officinale and Hackelia micrantha plants target common or target rare sites (where applicable) in years 0, 1, and 2 following a point release of 300 M. crucifer on each site on 4 June 2009.
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Title Catton et al Fig 2 data June 10 2013
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Description This data file was used to generate Figure 2 in Catton et al. (2015). It contains the results of dissectionsfor M. crucifer eggs and larvae in Cynoglossum officinale and Hackelia micrantha plants on M. crucifer release sites where both plant species were present.
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Title Catton et al Fig 3 data June 17 2013
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Description This data file was used to generate Figure 3 in Catton et al. (2015). It contains the results of dissection for M. crucifer eggs and larvae in Hackelia micrantha plants relative to the level of C. officinale herbivory on each site, expressed as the back-transformed mean ln(number of eggs per C. officinale plant +1) on M. crucifer release sites where both plant plant species were present.
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Title Catton et al Fig 4 data June 4 2014
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Description This data file was used to generate Figure 4 in Catton et al. (2015). It contains the results of dissection for M. crucifer eggs and larvae in Cynoglossum officinale and Hackelia micrantha plants on release sites in years where M. crucifer was known to be present.
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Title Experimental Release Site dissections after 2 years Dec 7 2014
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Description This data file was used to test for M. crucifer population establishment on experimental target common and target rare release sites after 2 years. It displays Cynoglossum officinale and Hackelia micrantha plants sampled and dissected in search of M. crucifer eggs and larvae. Plants were kept refrigerated between harvest and dissection, and whole plants were dissected.
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Catton HA, Lalonde RG, De Clerck-Floate RA (2015) Nontarget herbivory by a weed biocontrol insect is limited to spillover, reducing the chance of population-level impacts. Ecological Applications 25(2): 517-530. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-0250.1

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Catton HA, Lalonde RG, De Clerck-Floate RA (2015) Data from: Nontarget herbivory by a weed biocontrol insect is limited to spillover, reducing the chance of population-level impacts. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.0p468
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