Data from: Imprinting can cause a maladaptive preference for infectious conspecifics

Stephenson JF, Reynolds M

Date Published: March 8, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b2110

 

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Title Data for: Imprinting can cause a maladaptive preference for infectious conspecifics
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Description In this file we provide the raw data from the behavioural experiment described in the paper. Data from each trial is in a separate row, and the columns are as follows: trial number; tank side infected (the side of the tank receiving the cue of infected fish); day of infection (number of days since the stimulus fish had been infected when it was used to create the cue); test fish sex; test fish length; imprinting (the imprinting treatment the fish had received); propinfected (the proportion of time the test fish spent associated with the cue of infected stimulus fish - the response variable); stimfishpair (identity of the stimulus pair); wormcount (the number of parasites on the infected stimulus fish).
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Stephenson JF, Reynolds M (2016) Imprinting can cause a maladaptive preference for infectious conspecifics. Biology Letters 12(4): 20160020. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2016.0020

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Stephenson JF, Reynolds M (2016) Data from: Imprinting can cause a maladaptive preference for infectious conspecifics. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b2110
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