Data from: Local adaptation and the evolution of phenotypic plasticity in Trinidadian guppies (Poecilia reticulata)

 

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Title Torres Dowdall et al. 11-0833 Standard Length data
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Description Data use in the analysis of size at maturity. Data correspond to size at maturity of lab-reared male guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Size was measured as standard length of the fish (length column). Drainage refer to the drainage from were wild fish used to generate second generation of lab-reared experimental fish were collected. Pred refers to the community from which the wild caught fish were collected. LP represent low predation risk, simple fish communities. HP refer to downstream complex communities where predation risk is higher. Family refers to the family lines used in the experiment. Cue refers to the two treatments used in our experiment. hp means that fish were reared in the presence of predator cues, lp means that they were raised in the absence of such cues. Only significant interactions between terms were kept in the final model.
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Title Torres Dowdall et al. 11-0833 Water colum data
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Description Data use in the analysis of water column use. Data correspond to proportion of guppies (Poecilia reticulata) using the surface of the water column. Drainage refer to the drainage from were wild fish used to generate second generation of lab-reared experimental fish were collected. Predation refers to the community from which the wild caught fish were collected. "low" represent low predation risk, simple fish communities. "High" refer to downstream complex communities where predation risk is higher. Family refers to the family lines used in the experiment. "trt" refers to the two treatments used in our experiment. "P" means that fish were reared in the presence of predator cues, "NP" means that they were raised in the absence of such cues. Only significant interactions between terms were kept in the final model.
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Title Torres Dowdall et al. 11-0833 Procrustes coordinates data for Yarra fish
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Description Data used in the analysis of head morphology from the Yarra Drainage. This text file contains the Procrustes Coordinates that were used for all multivariate analyses of morphology in the manuscript. The Procrustes Coordinates were produced by performing a Generalized Procrustes Analysis (GPA) on the original Cartesian Coordinates to remove size, orientation, and position effects from the data with the TPSRelw software packackage. Additionally, sliding semi-landmarks were aligned during the GPA with the TPSRelw software. Columns are as follow: “Id” refers to the individual assigned identification. Family refers to the family lines used in the experiment. “Predation” refers to the community from which the wild caught fish were collected; "low" represent low predation risk, simple fish communities; "High" refer to downstream complex communities where predation risk is higher. "Treatment" refers to the two treatments used in our experiment. "Cue" means that fish were reared in the presence of predator cues, "No Cue" means that they were raised in the absence of such cues. Drainage refer to the drainage from were wild fish used to generate second generation of lab-reared experimental fish were collected. Population refers to the interaction between Drainage and Predation. Data was analyzed in MANCOVA model combining both drainages, and later in separate CVAs.
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Title Torres Dowdall et al. 11-0833 Procrustes coordinates data for Guanapo fish
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Description Data used in the analysis of head morphology from the Guanapo Drainage. This text file contains the Procrustes Coordinates that were used for all multivariate analyses of morphology in the manuscript. The Procrustes Coordinates were produced by performing a Generalized Procrustes Analysis (GPA) on the original Cartesian Coordinates to remove size, orientation, and position effects from the data with the TPSRelw software package. Additionally, sliding semi-landmarks were aligned during the GPA with the TPSRelw software. Columns are as follow: “Id” refers to the individual assigned identification. Family refers to the family lines used in the experiment. “Predation” refers to the community from which the wild caught fish were collected; "low" represent low predation risk, simple fish communities; "High" refer to downstream complex communities where predation risk is higher. "Treatment" refers to the two treatments used in our experiment. "Cue" means that fish were reared in the presence of predator cues, "No Cue" means that they were raised in the absence of such cues. Drainage refer to the drainage from were wild fish used to generate second generation of lab-reared experimental fish were collected. Population refers to the interaction between Drainage and Predation. Data was analyzed in MANCOVA model combining both drainages, and later in separate CVAs.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Torres-Dowdall J, Handelsman CA, Reznick DN, Ghalambor CK(2012) Local adaptation and the evolution of phenotypic plasticity in Trinidadian guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Evolution 66(11): 3432–3443. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01694.x

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Torres-Dowdall J, Handelsman CA, Ghalambor CK, Reznick DN (2012) Data from: Local adaptation and the evolution of phenotypic plasticity in Trinidadian guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.84gf5
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