Data from: Immigrant reproductive dysfunction facilitates ecological speciation

Svensson O, Gräns J, Celander MC, Havenhand J, Leder EH, Lindström K, Schöld S, van Oosterhout C, Kvarnemo C

Date Published: August 7, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2jj06

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Title Svensson-IRD-growth
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Description Treatment effects on growth rate and weight. Species: sand goby Pomatoschistus minutus. Three localities were used: Bökevik, a bay near Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Infrastructure, Kristineberg (Skagerrak, 58°14'55"N 11°26'51"E, salinity 16-35 PSU), Sandviken, a bay near the town of Västervik (Baltic Sea proper, 57°44'15"N 16°42'29"E, salinity 6-7.5 PSU) and the bays Svartvik and Byviken near the town of Härnösand (Gulf of Bothnia, 62°33'08"N 17°52'00"E and 62°35'22"N 17°54'38"E, salinity 3-5.5 PSU). File: Svensson-IRD-growth. Population: Harnosand (Härnösand), Vastervik (Västervik) and Kristineberg. Treatment: Resident 6 PSU for Harnosand and Vastervik, 32 PSU for Kristineberg, immigrant 32 PSU for Harnosand and Vastervik, 6 PSU for Kristineberg. Sex: Male or female. Length March: total length in mm in March 2012. Length Length May: total length in mm in May 2012. Weight May: Total body weight (g) in may.
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Title Svensson-IRD-reproduction
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Description Treatment effect on reproductive success. Species: sand goby Pomatoschistus minutus. Three localities were used: Bökevik, a bay near Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Infrastructure, Kristineberg (Skagerrak, 58°14'55"N 11°26'51"E, salinity 16-35 PSU), Sandviken, a bay near the town of Västervik (Baltic Sea proper, 57°44'15"N 16°42'29"E, salinity 6-7.5 PSU) and the bays Svartvik and Byviken near the town of Härnösand (Gulf of Bothnia, 62°33'08"N 17°52'00"E and 62°35'22"N 17°54'38"E, salinity 3-5.5 PSU). File: Svensson-IRD-reproduction. ID: The authors’ identification code for the replicate. Female treatment: Resident 6 PSU for Harnosand and Vastervik, 32 PSU for Kristineberg, immigrant 32 PSU for Harnosand and Vastervik, 6 PSU for Kristineberg. Male treatment: Resident 6 PSU for Harnosand and Vastervik, 32 PSU for Kristineberg, immigrant 32 PSU for Harnosand and Vastervik, 6 PSU for Kristineberg. Male population: Harnosand (Härnösand), Vastervik (Västervik) and Kristineberg. Female population: Harnosand (Härnösand), Vastervik (Västervik) and Kristineberg. Vastervik and Harnosand pooled. Female population not pooled: Harnosand (Härnösand), Vastervik (Västervik) and Kristineberg. Vastervik and Harnosand not pooled. Male in treatment: Weeks or months. The males had been in treatment at two different lengths. Spawned egg area cm2: The area (cm2) of the original egg clutch. Final egg area cm2: The area (cm2) of the final egg clutch. Days to clutch loss: The number of days until the clutch was lost (if lost).
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Title Svensson-IRD-sperm
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Description Treatment effect on sperm motility. Species: sand goby Pomatoschistus minutus. Two localities were used: Bökevik, a bay near Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Infrastructure, Kristineberg (Skagerrak, 58°14'55"N 11°26'51"E, salinity 16-35 PSU) and the bays Svartvik and Byviken near the town of Härnösand (Gulf of Bothnia, 62°33'08"N 17°52'00"E and 62°35'22"N 17°54'38"E, salinity 3-5.5 PSU). File: Svensson-IRD-sperm. Male origin: Harnosand (Härnösand) and Kristineberg. ID: The authors’ identification number of the males. Sperm motility 31 PSU NaCl: Proportion of motile sperm in 31 PSU NaCl (square-root arcsine transformed). Sperm motility 6 PSU NaCl: Proportion of motile sperm in 6 PSU NaCl (square-root arcsine transformed).
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Svensson O, Gräns J, Celander MC, Havenhand J, Leder EH, Lindström K, Schöld S, van Oosterhout C, Kvarnemo C (2017) Immigrant reproductive dysfunction facilitates ecological speciation. Evolution 71(10): 2510-2521. https://doi.org/10.1111/evo.13323

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Svensson O, Gräns J, Celander MC, Havenhand J, Leder EH, Lindström K, Schöld S, van Oosterhout C, Kvarnemo C (2017) Data from: Immigrant reproductive dysfunction facilitates ecological speciation. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2jj06
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