Data from: Who’s for dinner? High-throughput sequencing reveals bat diet differentiation in a biodiversity hotspot where prey taxonomy is largely undescribed

Burgar JM, Murray DC, Craig MD, Haile J, Houston J, Stokes V, Bunce M

Date Published: September 18, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.km6ph

 

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Title Table 1_withMOTU
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Description Taxonomic assignment of MOTUs through the BOLD online identification engine using two different methods: the neighbour-joining hierarchical tree-based ‘strict’ (S) and the sequence similarity ‘best match’ (BM) approach (Ross et al. 2008). Only sequences with >98% similarity were considered as a possible match: >98% for a “genus” match and >99% for a “species” match. For the BM approach, only matches with sampling sites in Australia were considered; * indicates sampling sites in south-western WA while ** indicates sampling sites in WA but outside of the south-west. Species highlighted in grey are thought to use hearing based defences against the echolocation calls of bats. This table is a modified version of Table 1 and includes each associated MOTU.
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Title TableS1_Bat_Species_Traits
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Description Table listing bat species traits.
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Title TableS2_Bdiversity
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Description β-diversity results for all MOTUs and subset of MOTUs.
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Title TableS3_Sites
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Description Table with geographic coordinates of data collection locations.
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Title TableS4_CNV_unweighted_unifrac
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Description Input table used for analyses within R – unweighted unifrac distance matrix.
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Title TableS5_Species_Accumulation
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Description Input table used for analyses within R – prey (species) accumulation data.
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Title TableS6_Chao1_PD_Rarefaction
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Description Input table used for analyses within R – Chao1 and PD rarefaction.
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Title AppendixS1_Molecular methods
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Description Detailed molecular methods for DNA extraction and amplification and HTS sequencing.
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Title AppendixS2_Aligned_sequences
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Description Alignment of representative sequences generated for this study.
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Title AppendixS3_R_script
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Description Scripts used for analyses in R.
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Title AppendixS4_QIIME_script
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Description Scripts used for analyses in QIIME.
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Title AppendixS5_Map
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Description Mapping file for QIIME and R analyses.
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Title AppendixS6_1MOTUbat
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Description List of MOTUs found in only one sample.
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Title AppendixS7_DNA Sequences
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Description Two fasta files containing all arthropod DNA sequences (seqs.fna) and the representative DNA sequences for each Molecular Operational Taxonomic Unit (MOTU) (rep_set.fna).
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Burgar JM, Murray DC, Craig MD, Haile J, Houston J, Stokes V, Bunce M (2014) Who’s for dinner? High-throughput sequencing reveals bat diet differentiation in a biodiversity hotspot where prey taxonomy is largely undescribed. Molecular Ecology 23(15): 3605-3617. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12531

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Burgar JM, Murray DC, Craig MD, Haile J, Houston J, Stokes V, Bunce M (2013) Data from: Who’s for dinner? High-throughput sequencing reveals bat diet differentiation in a biodiversity hotspot where prey taxonomy is largely undescribed. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.km6ph
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