Data from: Consumer trait variation influences tri-trophic interactions in salt marsh communities

Hughes AR, Hanley TC, Orozco NP, Zerebecki RA

Date Published: June 17, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3q9k0

 

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Title Snail morphological trait variation
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Description Variation in shell morphology of Littoraria irrorata snails from Spartina alterniflora or Juncus roemerianus host plants
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Title Snail stable isotope variation
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Description Variation in C and N stable isotopes for Littoraria irrorata snails from Spartina alterniflora or Juncus roemerianus host plants
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Title Snail feeding assay
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Description Results of a lab feeding trial with Littoraria irrorata snails from Spartina alterniflora or Juncus roemerianus host plants feeding on plant-based agar
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Title Susceptibility of live snails to predation
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Description Results of laboratory trial testing the susceptibility of Littoraria irrorata snails from Spartina alterniflora or Juncus roemerianus host plants to predation by the crown conch Melongena corona
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Title Susceptibility of dead snails to predation
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Description Results of lab experiment testing susceptibility of dead Littoraria irrorata snails from Spartina alterniflora or Juncus roemerianus host plants to predation by the crown conch Melongena corona
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Title Mesocosm experiment
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Description Results of a mesocosm experiment testing the effects of snail type (Littoraria irrorata from Spartina alterniflora or Juncus roemerianus host plants), plant community (Spartina alterniflora only, Juncus roemerianus only, or Spartina and Juncus mix), and predator presence (Melongena corona) on plant density, height, and biomass
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Title Snail climbing behavior at high tide in mesocosm experiment
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Description Number of Littoraria irrorata snails climbing on plant stems at high tide during a mesocosm experiment
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Title Snail climbing behavior at low tide in a mesocosm experiment
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Description Number of Littoraria irrorata snails climbing plant stems in a mesocosm experiment
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Hughes AR, Hanley TC, Orozco NP, Zerebecki RA (2015) Consumer trait variation influences tri-trophic interactions in salt marsh communities. Ecology and Evolution 5(13): 2659–2672. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ece3.1564

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Hughes AR, Hanley TC, Orozco NP, Zerebecki RA (2015) Data from: Consumer trait variation influences tri-trophic interactions in salt marsh communities. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3q9k0
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