Data from: A test of the invasive pathogen hypothesis of bumble bee decline in North America

Cameron SA, Lim HC, Lozier JD, Duennes MA, Thorp R

Date Published: April 11, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.83fb8

 

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Title Information of each museum bumble bee specimen screened for Nosema
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Description Table showing details of bees screened for Nosema. Details include specimen ID of bees, institution of origin, notes written on museum label associated with each bee, collection date, geographic origin of bee and number of times a bee was screened for Nosema using PCR.
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Title Distribution of representative SSUrRNA sequences in various insect samples
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Description Table showing how many times each SSU rRNA representative sequence (rows) is found in each insect sample (columns). Samples were from GenBank, or sequenced with Sanger sequencing or pyrosequencing. Each sample name contains sample ID/GenBank accession no. followed by parasite identification and/or host species identification. See Table S3 for other information associated with each insect sample. See Fig. S4 for phylogenetic network with labeled nodes. Representative DNA sequences can be found in fasta format in the file ssurRNA_rep_sequences.fasta.
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Title Alignment of representative SSU rRNA sequences (fasta format)
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Description Fasta file of representative SSU rRNA sequences. See file ssurRNA_counts.csv for information on which insect hosts these ssu rRNA sequences are associated with.
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Title Nosema genomic loci information
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Description Information of six genomic loci used to genotype Nosema from 31 bumbles from North America and Europe. The top BlastX hit of each locus matches a sequence from another Nosema species..
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Title Distribution of haplotypes of 6 Nosema genomic loci
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Description Count of Roche 454 pyrosequencing haplotypes (rows) of 6 Nosema genomic loci in 31 bumble bee samples (columns). See Table S4 for geographic origins of these bee samples. Allele frequency data are used to generate Da distances and neighbor joining tree.
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Title Fasta file containing representative sequences of six Nosema genomic loci
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Description Fasta file containing representative sequences of six Nosema genomic loci. Frequency of haplotypes in sampled bees can be found in genomic_loci_counts.csv.
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Title European bumble bee collection localities
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Description European collection sites of bumble bees screened for Nosema
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Title Information on European bees screended for Nosema
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Description Sample ID, species and collection sites of individual European bees. See european_localities.csv for locality details
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Cameron SA, Lim HC, Lozier JD, Duennes MA, Thorp R (2016) A test of the invasive pathogen hypothesis of bumble bee decline in North America. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(16): 4386–4391. http://dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1525266113

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Cameron SA, Lim HC, Lozier JD, Duennes MA, Thorp R (2016) Data from: A test of the invasive pathogen hypothesis of bumble bee decline in North America. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.83fb8
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