Data from: The price of looking sexy: visual ecology of a three level predator-prey system

Outomuro D, Söderquist L, Johansson F, Ödeen A, Nordström K

Date Published: September 26, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6v834

 

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Title Graded responses from the electroretinograms.
Description This file contains the graded responses for each individual electroretinogram. The first column corresponds to the wavelength (lambda) and the remaining columns to the response (in mV). The results are organized by species (virgo/splendens), sex (female/male) and eye region (dorsal/ventral).
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Title Reflectance spectra from natural backgrounds.
Description This file contains reflectance spectra for the backgrounds. The first column corresponds to wavelength (wl) and each of the remaining columns to individual backgrounds (bkg1 to bkg78, in percentage of reflectance).
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Title Reflectance spectra of damselfly wings.
Description This compressed file contains the reflectance spectra data for each individual damselfly. The folders are organized by sex (male/female), then by population, and then by species (virgo/splendens). The sympatric populations are: Focks, Husby, Länna, Skytt, Stora and Valsk. The allopatric populations for C. virgo are Ekdal, Flenm, Läbyv, Nackb, Riala and Svana. The allopatric populations for C. splendens are Bergs, Gurre, Hällby, Orsun, Vatve and Vikst. Each individual file is named as follows: Population_sex (m for male/f for female) species (v for virgo/s for splendens)_individual number_repeated measurement. For example Hallb_fs_05_02 means that this individual was captured at Hallb population, it is the splendens female number 5, and this is the second repeated measurement.
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Outomuro D, Söderquist L, Johansson F, Ödeen A, Nordström K (2016) The price of looking sexy: visual ecology of a three level predator-prey system. Functional Ecology 31(3): 707–718. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12769

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Outomuro D, Söderquist L, Johansson F, Ödeen A, Nordström K (2016) Data from: The price of looking sexy: visual ecology of a three level predator-prey system. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6v834
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