Data from: Interference versus exploitative competition in the regulation of size-structured populations

Le Bourlot V, Tully T, Claessen D

Date Published: June 5, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n11s7

 

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Title Individual clutch sizes and body length
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Description The collembolans are maintained in the laboratory in polyethylene vials (diameter 52mm, height 65mm) filled with a 30 mm width layer of a plaster of Paris mixed with Indian ink to facilitate detection of the individuals. Food is provided weekly in the form of small dried pellets of a mixture of agar and dried yeast in standardized concentration and volume (Tully and Ferrière, 2008). The rearing boxes are maintained in incubators at 21+/-0.5°C and the plaster is kept wet to have a constant humidity within the boxes (~100% RH). We monitored 220 isolated individuals and regularly measured their body size and fecundity (clutch sizes).
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Title Individual growth trajectories
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Description The collembolans are maintained in the laboratory in polyethylene vials (diameter 52mm, height 65mm) filled with a 30 mm width layer of a plaster of Paris mixed with Indian ink to facilitate detection of the individuals. Food is provided weekly in the form of small dried pellets of a mixture of agar and dried yeast in standardized concentration and volume (Tully and Ferrière, 2008). The rearing boxes are maintained in incubators at 21+/-0.5°C and the plaster is kept wet to have a constant humidity within the boxes (~100% RH). We monitored 220 isolated individuals and regularly measured their body size and fecundity (clutch sizes).
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Title Time series of population plotted in Figure 5
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Description The collembolans are maintained in the laboratory in polyethylene vials (diameter 52mm, height 65mm) filled with a 30 mm width layer of a plaster of Paris mixed with Indian ink to facilitate detection of the individuals. Food is provided weekly in the form of small dried pellets of a mixture of agar and dried yeast in standardized concentration and volume. Data gives the body length and date of measurement for each individual for the whole time series.
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Le Bourlot V, Tully T, Claessen D (2014) Data from: Interference versus exploitative competition in the regulation of size-structured populations. The American Naturalist 184(5): 609-623. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/678083

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Le Bourlot V, Tully T, Claessen D (2014) Data from: Interference versus exploitative competition in the regulation of size-structured populations. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.n11s7
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