Data from: Does relaxed predation drive phenotypic divergence among insular populations?

Runemark A, Brydegaard M, Svensson EI

Date Published: May 2, 2014



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Title FID
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Description Flight initiation distances (measured in meters) per habitat (island I or mainland M) and population (location).
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Title PC1size
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Description Body size (measured as the first Principal Component, PC1) per habitat (I island or M mainland), sex, and location (population). Higher values of PC1 reflect larger body sizes.
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Title Greenness
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Description Greenness (measured as mean (Green-Red)/(Green+Red))) of the lizard dorsal area per habitat (I island and M mainland), sex (M male and F female) and location (population).
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Title SizeRawDataPCAScores
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Description Raw size measurements (in millimeters for length characters and grams for weight) of the morphological characters the Principal Component Analysis (PCA) of size is based on, as well as the factor scores for PC1-9 per individual, per habitat (I: island, M: mainland), sex and population.
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Title ColorPCAscores
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Description Factor scores for PC1-20 for dorsal coloration per individual, per habitat (I: island, M:mainland), Population/Location (e.g. the Pop column) and sex (M: male, F: female). The PCA is based on 2D-histograms of the pixels in RGB-space, see (Brydegaard, M., A. Runemark, and R. Bro. 2012. Chemometric Approach to Chromatic Spatial Variance. Case study: Patchiness of the Skyros Wall Lizard. J.Chemometr. 26: 246-255) for a description of how these are obtained from raw images. These are the PCs the correlations between populations as well as between populations and habitats are based on. A subset of the PCs are also included in the variance component analysis and for preparing figure 3.
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Title PopulationCorrelationColor
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Description Pair-wise correlation between two populations (Population_1 and Population_2) per habitat category (M: two mainland populations, IM: one mainland and one islet population, I: two islet populations).
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Title PopulationHabitatCorrelationColor
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Description Pair-wise correlations reflecting multivariate colour similarity between populations (e.g. lizard dorsal coloration)- and habitat squares (1 square meter areas photographed from above). Data is divided into Own-or-Not where 1 reflects that the lizards and the habitat are the same, whereas 0 reflects that lizards come from a different location than the habitat squares. Habitat category reflects if the pair are both from an islet population (I), both from a mainland population (M) or from one islet- and one mainland population (IM).
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Title FST
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Description Pair-wise FST-values based on the 16 microsatellite markers: Lv 319, Pb10, B4, C9, Lv 472, Pod1B, B6, Pb73, Lv 4alfa, Pod 2, Po47, Po56, Po55, Po22, Po43 and Po51 used in Runemark, A., B. Hansson, P. Pafilis, E. Valakos, and E. Svensson. 2010. Island biology and morphological divergence of the Skyros wall lizard Podarcis gaigeae: a combined role for local selection and genetic drift on color morph frequency divergence? BMC Evol. Biol. 10:269. doi: 10.1186/1471-2148-10-269. and originally published in Runemark, A., Gabirot, M., Bensch, S., Svensson, E.I., Martín, J., Pafilis, P., Valakos, E.D. & Hansson, B. Cross-species testing of 27 pre-existing microsatellites in Podarcis gaigeae and P. hispanica (Squamata: Lacertidae) Mol. Ecol. Recourses 8(6):1367-1370. and Wellenreuther, M., Runemark, A., Svensson, E. & Hansson, B. 2009. Ten variable polymorphic microsatellite loci for the Skyros Wall Lizard Podarcis gaigeae (Squamata: Lacertidae). Mol. Ecol. Recourses 9(3):1005-1008.
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Runemark A, Brydegaard M, Svensson EI (2014) Does relaxed predation drive phenotypic divergence among insular populations? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27(8): 1676-1690.

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