Data from: Living on the edge: parasite prevalence changes dramatically across a range edge in an invasive gecko

Coates A, Barnett LK, Hoskin C, Phillips BL

Date Published: October 3, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gr3p6

 

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Title Geckos parasitised with three species of parasites
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Description Dataset of geckos collected and scored for the study. list refers to distance from the urban edge for each collection site; sex refers to the sex of the gecko (j denotes juvenile); mite refers to counts and presence absence of Geckobia mites; pent refers to presence/absence of Raillietiella eggs in the faeces (pent.eggs) is the egg count in the faecal float); waddy refers to intensity and presence absence of Waddycephalus; abund refers to the relative abundance of geckos at the site.
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Description Here is the dataset and all analysis scripts (in R and JAGS) for the paper.
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Coates A, Barnett LK, Hoskin C, Phillips BL (2017) Living on the edge: parasite prevalence changes dramatically across a range edge in an invasive gecko. The American Naturalist 189(2): 178-183. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/689820

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Coates A, Barnett LK, Hoskin C, Phillips BL (2016) Data from: Living on the edge: parasite prevalence changes dramatically across a range edge in an invasive gecko. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gr3p6
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