Data from: Does cohistory constrain information use? Evidence for generalized risk assessment in nonnative prey

Grason EW

Date Published: October 27, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.86sk5

 

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Title GrasonAmNat2016ModelEstimates
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Description - Table 8. Parameter estimates, estimated SE, and effect size (estimate/SE) for each hypothesis test, derived from best fit Generalized linear mixed effects model for each species. Fields: 1. Species: genus name of species tested 2. native: status as native or non-native 3. test: descriptive name of hypothesis test 4. x: Hypothesis test number 5. estimate: estimated coefficient for parameter or contrast in GLMER 6. se: estimated standard error for parameter estimate from GLMER 7. effect: Effect size calculated as estimate/se for parameter/contrast
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Title GrasonAmNat2016AliaData
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Description Tables 1-7. Observed behavior of Alia carinata in response to cues from Cancer productus from 1 of 7 experiments. Fields: 1. Date - Date of observation 2. bin - replicate 3. tmt - Cue Treatment (as described and abbreviated in table 1 of Grason AmNat, with the exception that the letter “P” is used in the manuscript to stand for Predator cues, while in these files “C” is used to stand in for Crab, thus “CxIC” here is the Crab consuming conspecific prey) 4. crab - Presence of crab/predator cues in cue treatment (Y/N) 5. ic - presence of chemical cues from injured conspecifics in cue treatment (Y/N) 6. hide/hiding - how many snails were “hiding” under structure in bin on that observation date, total number of snails in bin is 1 unless otherwise listed in Table 2 of manuscript 7. run/running - how many snails were attempting to “flee” by emersing on that date 8. both - sum of “run” and “hide” 9. cum.hide - cumulative number of “hide” observations for that bin to date, used for calculating best metric of avoidance. 10. cum. run - as above for emersion behavior 11. cum.both - as above for sum of run and hide 12. no.snails (in some tables) - total number of snails in bin on which behavioral obs were made 13. #notes (in some tables) - detailed related to removal of snails due to death. 14. cum.obs (in Alia only) - total number of snail*observations for a given bin
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Title GrasonAmnat2016BatillariaData
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Description Tables 1-7. Observed behavior of Batillaria attramentaria in response to cues from Cancer productus from 1 of 7 experiments. Fields: 1. Date - Date of observation 2. bin - replicate 3. tmt - Cue Treatment (as described and abbreviated in table 1 of Grason AmNat, with the exception that the letter “P” is used in the manuscript to stand for Predator cues, while in these files “C” is used to stand in for Crab, thus “CxIC” here is the Crab consuming conspecific prey) 4. crab - Presence of crab/predator cues in cue treatment (Y/N) 5. ic - presence of chemical cues from injured conspecifics in cue treatment (Y/N) 6. hide/hiding - how many snails were “hiding” under structure in bin on that observation date, total number of snails in bin is 1 unless otherwise listed in Table 2 of manuscript 7. run/running - how many snails were attempting to “flee” by emersing on that date 8. both - sum of “run” and “hide” 9. cum.hide - cumulative number of “hide” observations for that bin to date, used for calculating best metric of avoidance. 10. cum. run - as above for emersion behavior 11. cum.both - as above for sum of run and hide 12. no.snails (in some tables) - total number of snails in bin on which behavioral obs were made 13. #notes (in some tables) - detailed related to removal of snails due to death.
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Title GrasonAmNat2016IlyanassaData
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Description Tables 1-7. Observed behavior of Ilyanassa obsoleta in response to cues from Cancer productus from 1 of 7 experiments. Fields: 1. Date - Date of observation 2. bin - replicate 3. tmt - Cue Treatment (as described and abbreviated in table 1 of Grason AmNat, with the exception that the letter “P” is used in the manuscript to stand for Predator cues, while in these files “C” is used to stand in for Crab, thus “CxIC” here is the Crab consuming conspecific prey) 4. crab - Presence of crab/predator cues in cue treatment (Y/N) 5. ic - presence of chemical cues from injured conspecifics in cue treatment (Y/N) 6. hide/hiding - how many snails were “hiding” under structure in bin on that observation date, total number of snails in bin is 1 unless otherwise listed in Table 2 of manuscript 7. run/running - how many snails were attempting to “flee” by emersing on that date 8. both - sum of “run” and “hide” 9. cum.hide - cumulative number of “hide” observations for that bin to date, used for calculating best metric of avoidance. 10. cum. run - as above for emersion behavior 11. cum.both - as above for sum of run and hide 12. no.snails (in some tables) - total number of snails in bin on which behavioral obs were made 13. #notes (in some tables) - detailed related to removal of snails due to death.
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Title GrasonAmNat2016LittorinaData
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Description Tables 1-7. Observed behavior of Littorina sitkana in response to cues from Cancer productus from 1 of 7 experiments. Fields: 1. Date - Date of observation 2. bin - replicate 3. tmt - Cue Treatment (as described and abbreviated in table 1 of Grason AmNat, with the exception that the letter “P” is used in the manuscript to stand for Predator cues, while in these files “C” is used to stand in for Crab, thus “CxIC” here is the Crab consuming conspecific prey) 4. crab - Presence of crab/predator cues in cue treatment (Y/N) 5. ic - presence of chemical cues from injured conspecifics in cue treatment (Y/N) 6. hide/hiding - how many snails were “hiding” under structure in bin on that observation date, total number of snails in bin is 1 unless otherwise listed in Table 2 of manuscript 7. run/running - how many snails were attempting to “flee” by emersing on that date 8. both - sum of “run” and “hide” 9. cum.hide - cumulative number of “hide” observations for that bin to date, used for calculating best metric of avoidance. 10. cum. run - as above for emersion behavior 11. cum.both - as above for sum of run and hide 12. no.snails (in some tables) - total number of snails in bin on which behavioral obs were made 13. #notes (in some tables) - detailed related to removal of snails due to death.
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Title GrasonAmNat2016NucellaData
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Description Tables 1-7. Observed behavior of Nucella lamellosa in response to cues from Cancer productus from 1 of 7 experiments. Fields: 1. Date - Date of observation 2. bin - replicate 3. tmt - Cue Treatment (as described and abbreviated in table 1 of Grason AmNat, with the exception that the letter “P” is used in the manuscript to stand for Predator cues, while in these files “C” is used to stand in for Crab, thus “CxIC” here is the Crab consuming conspecific prey) 4. crab - Presence of crab/predator cues in cue treatment (Y/N) 5. ic - presence of chemical cues from injured conspecifics in cue treatment (Y/N) 6. hide/hiding - how many snails were “hiding” under structure in bin on that observation date, total number of snails in bin is 1 unless otherwise listed in Table 2 of manuscript 7. run/running - how many snails were attempting to “flee” by emersing on that date 8. both - sum of “run” and “hide” 9. cum.hide - cumulative number of “hide” observations for that bin to date, used for calculating best metric of avoidance. 10. cum. run - as above for emersion behavior 11. cum.both - as above for sum of run and hide 12. no.snails (in some tables) - total number of snails in bin on which behavioral obs were made 13. #notes (in some tables) - detailed related to removal of snails due to death.
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Title GrasonAmNat2016OcenebraData
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Description Tables 1-7. Observed behavior of Ocenebra inornata in response to cues from Cancer productus from 1 of 7 experiments. Fields: 1. Date - Date of observation 2. bin - replicate 3. tmt - Cue Treatment (as described and abbreviated in table 1 of Grason AmNat, with the exception that the letter “P” is used in the manuscript to stand for Predator cues, while in these files “C” is used to stand in for Crab, thus “CxIC” here is the Crab consuming conspecific prey) 4. crab - Presence of crab/predator cues in cue treatment (Y/N) 5. ic - presence of chemical cues from injured conspecifics in cue treatment (Y/N) 6. hide/hiding - how many snails were “hiding” under structure in bin on that observation date, total number of snails in bin is 1 unless otherwise listed in Table 2 of manuscript 7. run/running - how many snails were attempting to “flee” by emersing on that date 8. both - sum of “run” and “hide” 9. cum.hide - cumulative number of “hide” observations for that bin to date, used for calculating best metric of avoidance. 10. cum. run - as above for emersion behavior 11. cum.both - as above for sum of run and hide 12. no.snails (in some tables) - total number of snails in bin on which behavioral obs were made 13. #notes (in some tables) - detailed related to removal of snails due to death.
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Title GrasonAmNat2016UrosalpinxData
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Description Tables 1-7. Observed behavior of Urosalpinx cinerea in response to cues from Cancer productus from 1 of 7 experiments. Fields: 1. Date - Date of observation 2. bin - replicate 3. tmt - Cue Treatment (as described and abbreviated in table 1 of Grason AmNat, with the exception that the letter “P” is used in the manuscript to stand for Predator cues, while in these files “C” is used to stand in for Crab, thus “CxIC” here is the Crab consuming conspecific prey) 4. crab - Presence of crab/predator cues in cue treatment (Y/N) 5. ic - presence of chemical cues from injured conspecifics in cue treatment (Y/N) 6. hide/hiding - how many snails were “hiding” under structure in bin on that observation date, total number of snails in bin is 1 unless otherwise listed in Table 2 of manuscript 7. run/running - how many snails were attempting to “flee” by emersing on that date 8. both - sum of “run” and “hide” 9. cum.hide - cumulative number of “hide” observations for that bin to date, used for calculating best metric of avoidance. 10. cum. run - as above for emersion behavior 11. cum.both - as above for sum of run and hide 12. no.snails (in some tables) - total number of snails in bin on which behavioral obs were made 13. #notes (in some tables) - detailed related to removal of snails due to death. 14. cum.obs (in Alia only) - total number of snail*observations for a given bin
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Grason EW (2017) Does cohistory constrain information use? Evidence for generalized risk assessment in nonnative prey. The American Naturalist 189(3): 213-226. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/690217

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