Data from: Evolution determines how global warming and pesticide exposure will shape predator–prey interactions with vector mosquitoes

Tran TT, Janssens L, Dinh KV, Op de Beeck L, Stoks R

Date Published: May 3, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.15cn3

 

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Title Effects of global warming and pesticide exposure on mosquito-damselfly interactions
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Description This database include two data sheets. The first sheet contains survival, initial weight and end weight data of mosquitoes in different temperature-by-pesticide treatment combinations in the exposure experiment. The second sheet consists of data of latitude, population, survival, initial weight and end weight of damselfies in the exposure experiment, number of mosquitoes eaten and behaviors of both damselfly predators and mosquito prey during the predation experiment.
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Tran TT, Janssens L, Dinh KV, Op de Beeck L, Stoks R (2016) Evolution determines how global warming and pesticide exposure will shape predator–prey interactions with vector mosquitoes. Evolutionary Applications 9(6): 818-830. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/eva.12390

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Tran TT, Janssens L, Dinh KV, Op de Beeck L, Stoks R (2016) Data from: Evolution determines how global warming and pesticide exposure will shape predator–prey interactions with vector mosquitoes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.15cn3
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