Data from: Sweet tetra-trophic interactions: multiple evolution of nectar secretion, a defensive extended phenotype in cynipid gall wasps

Nicholls JA, Melika G, Stone GN

Date Published: August 16, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.bj82r

 

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Title Cynipid species inducing nectar-secreting galls
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Description Cynipid species inducing galls known to secrete nectar, with information on their galls. Data collected from the literature and personal field observations.
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Title Specimen collection and sequencing details, including GenBank accession numbers.
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Description Specimen collection and sequencing details, including GenBank accession numbers. Species names in bold are nectar secretors; individual codes in italics indicate Disholcaspis species included in the Cynipini-wide analyses. Four species currently classified as belonging to the genus Disholcaspis (D. chrysolepidis, D. corallina, D. plumbella and D. sulcata) were excluded from the Disholcaspis study as sequence data (see Figure 2) and morphology (see Melika and Abrahamson 2002) both indicate they are not true Disholcaspis.
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Title Posterior probabilities of nectar secretion or no nectar secretion at ancestral nodes within the Disholcaspis phylogeny.
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Description Posterior probabilities of nectar secretion or no nectar secretion at ancestral nodes within the Disholcaspis phylogeny (nodes numbered in insert). Posterior probabilities of ancestral character states are presented for the full set of models visited in the rjMCMC run (columns 2 & 3), those under a symmetric reversible model (columns 4 & 5) and under a model where the rate of change of nectar to no nectar was fixed at zero (columns 6 & 7). The final set of columns indicate likelihoods of models run with the respective node fixed to one or other character state, and the result of a Bayes factor test comparing the two models.
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Title Cynipini cytb sequences
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Description Alignment of Cynipini cytochrome b sequences
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Title Cynipini D2 sequences
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Description Alignment of Cynipini 28S D2 sequences
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Title Cynipini opsin sequences
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Description Alignment of Cynipini opsin sequences
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Title Disholcaspis cytb sequences
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Description Alignment of Disholcaspis cytochrome b sequences
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Title Disholcaspis D2 sequences
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Description Alignment of Disholcaspis 28S D2 sequences
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Title Disholcaspis ITS2 sequences
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Description Alignment of Disholcaspis internal transcribed spacer 2 sequences
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Title Disholcaspis opsin sequences
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Description Alignment of Disholcaspis opsin sequences
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Nicholls JA, Melika G, Stone GN (2016) Sweet Tetra-Trophic Interactions: Multiple Evolution of Nectar Secretion, a Defensive Extended Phenotype in Cynipid Gall Wasps. The American Naturalist 189(1): 67-77. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/689399

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Nicholls JA, Melika G, Stone GN (2016) Data from: Sweet tetra-trophic interactions: multiple evolution of nectar secretion, a defensive extended phenotype in cynipid gall wasps. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.bj82r
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