Data from: Phytophagous insect oviposition shifts in response to probability of flower abortion owing to the presence of basal fruits

Jadeja S, Tenhumberg B

Date Published: September 28, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1gk77

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Title Oviposition in response to presence of basal fruits
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Description This file contains processed data of oviposition events of Tegeticula yuccasella in response to presence or absence of basal fruits in experimental trials. Results from this dataset are reported in the section “Oviposition in response to presence of basal fruits”, Figure 2ab, and Tables S1-S5 of the article. The dataset also includes variables associated with the experiment in addition to those used in the article. See the README file for more details.
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Title Larval emergence in response to the presence of basal fruits
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Description This file contains processed data of larval emergence from fruits of naturally-pollinated inflorescences. This dataset was used for results reported in the section “Larval emergence in response to the presence of basal fruits”, Figure 3abc, and Table S6. The dataset includes data from fruits/flowers from all positions on the inflorescences. See the README file for more details.
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Title Eclosion of lab-reared Tegeticula spp.
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Description This file contains data of eclosion of yucca moths from lab-reared larvae. This dataset was used for results reported in the section “Larval emergence in response to the presence of basal fruits”. See the README file for more details.
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Title Predictors of moth arrival at onset of flowering
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Description This file contains processed data of moth arrival at inflorescences at onset of flowering. This dataset was used for results reported in the section “Predictors of T. yuccasella arrival at onset of flowering”, Figures 4ab-5ab, Tables S7-S12, and Appendix S3. The dataset also includes variables associated with the inflorescences and moth arrival in addition to those used in the article. See the README file for more details.
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Title IBM code for moth oviposition in response to basal fruits
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Description This R script contains the code for the Individual Based Model in Appendix 2 of the article. The model was developed to support our prediction that with increasing number of basal fruits fewer yucca moth larvae will emerge from distal fruits because of fewer ovipositions in those flowers with increasing number of basal fruits.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Jadeja S, Tenhumberg B (2017) Phytophagous insect oviposition shifts in response to probability of flower abortion owing to the presence of basal fruits. Ecology and Evolution, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.3426

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Jadeja S, Tenhumberg B (2017) Data from: Phytophagous insect oviposition shifts in response to probability of flower abortion owing to the presence of basal fruits. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1gk77
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