Data from: Reproductive character displacement of epicuticular compounds and their contribution to mate choice in Drosophila subqinaria and D. recens

Dyer KA, White BE, Sztepanacz JL, Bewick ER, Rundle HD

Date Published: December 10, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.17sr0

 

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Title Epicuticular compounds after perfuming
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Description This file contains the raw GC data from perfuming experiments. The 'target male' is the type of male that was extracted, and 'males perfumed with' shows the type of males that the target male was housed with for 7 days before extraction. Also included are control non-perfumed males. GC data is raw and peaks are labeled 1 through 23. Each line in the file has the data for one male.
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Title CHC character displacement data - females
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Description This file contains the raw GC data for females included in the assay for reproductive character displacement. Each line has the data for one female included in the study. For each female, the species, population, and whether the population is from the region of sympatry or allopatry is indicated. See Table 1 of the paper for a description of the population abbreviations. GC data is raw and peaks are labeled 1 through 21.
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Title CHC character displacement data - males
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Description This file contains the raw GC data for males included in the assay for reproductive character displacement. Each line has the data for one male included in the study. For each male, the species, population, and whether the population is from the region of sympatry or allopatry is indicated. See Table 1 of the paper for a description of the population abbreviations. GC data is raw and peaks are labeled 1 through 24.
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Dyer KA, White BE, Sztepanacz JL, Bewick ER, Rundle HD (2014) Reproductive character displacement of epicuticular compounds and their contribution to mate choice in Drosophila subqinaria and D. recens. Evolution, 68(4): 1163-1175. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12335

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Dyer KA, White BE, Sztepanacz JL, Bewick ER, Rundle HD (2014) Data from: Reproductive character displacement of epicuticular compounds and their contribution to mate choice in Drosophila subqinaria and D. recens. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.17sr0
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