Data from: Parting ways: Parasite release in nature leads to sex-specific evolution of defense

Dargent F, Rolshausen G, Hendry AP, Scott ME, Fussmann GF

Date Published: September 15, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.867ts

 

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Description File includes: individual identifier ("identifier"), names of populations used ("pop"), sex of individuals ("sex"), years of field sample ("year"), individuals standard length in mm ("startsl"), type of treatment ("type", i.e. sham or infected=2 G. turnbulli), peak parasite load ("peakpara"), parasite rate of increase r0 ("ro0to10"), outlier status of the individual ("outlier"), relative condition index ("startkn"), death during infection ("died"), and last day in which the individual was counted for parasites ("last count", i.e. day of death).
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Dargent F, Rolshausen G, Hendry AP, Scott ME, Fussmann GF (2016) Parting ways: Parasite release in nature leads to sex-specific evolution of defense. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29(1): 23–34. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12758

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Dargent F, Rolshausen G, Hendry AP, Scott ME, Fussmann GF (2015) Data from: Parting ways: Parasite release in nature leads to sex-specific evolution of defense. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.867ts
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