Data from: Behavioural flexibility in spider mites: oviposition site shifts based on past and present stimuli from conspecifics and predators

Murase A, Fujita K, Yano S

Date Published: June 20, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gk15b

 

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Title Supplementary dataset 1
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Description The number of eggs laid on the web or on the leaf surface by each replicate in Exp. 1.
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Title Supplementary dataset 2
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Description The number of eggs laid on the web or on the leaf surface by each replicate in Exp. 2.
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Title Supplementary dataset 3
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Description The number of eggs laid on the web or on the leaf surface by each replicate in Exp. 3.
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Title Supplementary dataset 4
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Description The number of eggs laid on the web or on the leaf surface by each replicate in Exp. 4.
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Murase A, Fujita K, Yano S (2017) Behavioural flexibility in spider mites: oviposition site shifts based on past and present stimuli from conspecifics and predators. Royal Society Open Science 4(7): 170328. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.170328

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Murase A, Fujita K, Yano S (2017) Data from: Behavioural flexibility in spider mites: oviposition site shifts based on past and present stimuli from conspecifics and predators. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gk15b
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