Data from: X-ray micro-CT scanning reveals temporal separation of male harm and female kicking during traumatic mating in seed beetles

Dougherty LR, Simmons LW

Date Published: May 18, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.33243

 

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Description Data on degree of copulatory wounding for all pairs scanned
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Title Video S1
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Description 3D volume rendering showing a male aedeagus partly everted inside a female during the early stages of mating (pair frozen in copula after 60 seconds of mating, female not shown). The colour represents the relative X-Ray attenuation (brightness) of the tissue, with red representing highest density and blue representing lowest density.
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Title Video S2
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Description 3D volume rendering showing a fully everted male aedeagus inside a female during the early stages of mating (pair frozen in copula after 60 seconds of mating, female not shown). The colour represents the relative X-Ray attenuation (brightness) of the tissue, with red representing highest density and blue representing lowest density.
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Title Video S3
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Description 3D volume rendering showing the interaction between the male aedeagus (colour) and female copulatory tract (greyscale) during the early stages of mating (pair frozen in copula after 60 seconds of mating), viewed from the side. The colours represent the relative X-Ray attenuation (brightness) of the tissue, with red/white representing highest density and blue/dark grey representing lowest density for male and female traits respectively.
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Dougherty LR, Simmons LW (2017) X-ray micro-CT scanning reveals temporal separation of male harm and female kicking during traumatic mating in seed beetles. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284(1856): 20170550. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.0550

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Dougherty LR, Simmons LW (2017) Data from: X-ray micro-CT scanning reveals temporal separation of male harm and female kicking during traumatic mating in seed beetles. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.33243
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