Data from: Plastic hatching timing by red-eyed treefrog embryos interacts with larval predator identity and sublethal predation to affect prey morphology but not performance

Touchon JC, Wojdak JM

Date Published: July 11, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b2d29

 

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Title Tadpole morphology
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Description Morphological measurements of Agalychnis callidryas tadpoles reared in one of 5 predator treatments in Gamboa, Panama. Column headings are: Block of experiment, Tank tadpoles came from, Predator treatment, Hatching age treatment, Individual tadpole from each tank, Body length, Total tadpole length, Tail muscle height, Tail fin height, Body height, Max body height, and Body area.
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Title Tadpole swimming
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Description Agalychnis callidryas swimming performance after being raised with different predators in Gamboa, Panama. Column headings are: Distance tadpole swam (cm), Number of tadpole, Number of swims (values may be averages of multiple swims), Number of frames swam, Number of tailbeats used, Rate of tailbeats per second, Speed of tadpoles (cm traveled/second), Total amount of time swimming, Number of tailbeats used per cm traveled, Predator treatment, Hatching age treatment, Block of experiment, Tank of experiment.
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Touchon JC, Wojdak JM (2014) Plastic hatching timing by red-eyed treefrog embryos interacts with larval predator identity and sublethal predation to affect prey morphology but not performance. PLoS ONE 9(6): e100623. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0100623

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Touchon JC, Wojdak JM (2014) Data from: Plastic hatching timing by red-eyed treefrog embryos interacts with larval predator identity and sublethal predation to affect prey morphology but not performance. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b2d29
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