Data from: Toxicity and utilization of chemical weapons: does toxicity and venom utilization contribute to the formation of species communities?

Westermann FL, McPherson IS, Jones TH, Milicich L, Lester PJ

Date Published: July 14, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7g02r

 

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Title Arena fight and venom usage
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Description The table "Arena fight and venom usage.csv" corresponds to the manuscript sections of the same name. It contains the mortality of Argentine ant and workers of four Monomorium ant species after 1, 4 and 24 hours, as well as behavioural responses and observed venom usage of ant workers in the arena trials. It furthermore contains data derived from this raw data (for example relative occurence of behaviours). The experimental design is explained in the publication in the methods section with the same name as the datafile, further description of this and the other datafiles associated with this publication can be found in the ReadMe.txt
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Title Arena fight and venom usage Argentine ant Survival
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Description The table "Arena fight and venom usage Argentine ant Survival.csv" corresponds to the manuscript section "Arena fight and venom usage". It contains data represented in the Argentine ant Mortality column in table "Arena fight and venom usage.csv" formatted for a survival analysis. The experimental design is explained in the publication in the methods section with the same name as the datafile, further description of this and the other datafiles associated with this publication can be found in the ReadMe.txt
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Title Arena fight and venom usage Monomorium Survival
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Description The table "Arena fight and venom usage Monomorium Survival.csv" corresponds to the manuscript section "Arena fight and venom usage". It contains data represented in the Monomorium Mortality column in table "Arena fight and venom usage.csv" formatted for a survival analysis. The experimental design is explained in the publication in the methods section with the same name as the datafile, further description of this and the other datafiles associated with this publication can be found in the ReadMe.txt
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Title Venom survivability
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Description The table "Venom survivability.csv" corresponds to the manuscript sections of the same name. It contains the responses of Argentine ants after 1 and 4 hours when treated with different concentrations of venom of four different Monomorium ant species and can be used to calculate the LD 50 of these venoms on Argentine ants. The experimental design is explained in the publication in the methods section with the same name as the datafile, further description of this and the other datafiles associated with this publication can be found in the ReadMe.txt
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Westermann FL, McPherson IS, Jones TH, Milicich L, Lester PJ (2015) Toxicity and utilization of chemical weapons: does toxicity and venom utilization contribute to the formation of species communities? Ecology and Evolution 5(15): 3103–3113. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ece3.1595

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Westermann FL, McPherson IS, Jones TH, Milicich L, Lester PJ (2015) Data from: Toxicity and utilization of chemical weapons: does toxicity and venom utilization contribute to the formation of species communities? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7g02r
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