Data from: Temperature-dependent species interactions shape priority effects and the persistence of unequal competitors

Grainger TN, Rego AI, Gilbert B, Grainger T

Date Published: September 18, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3qn05

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Title Plant, aphid, dispersal and temperature data
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Description Data for A. nerii and A. asclepiadis population counts, plant responses (growth, death, latex, trichomes, biomass), A. nerii and A. asclepiadis dispersal, and temperature. Column headings are described on the first tab. Collected over the course of five weeks in 2014 in growth chambers at the University of Toronto.
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Grainger TN, Rego AI, Gilbert B, Grainger T (2017) Temperature-dependent species interactions shape priority effects and the persistence of unequal competitors. The American Naturalist, online in advance of print.

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