Data from: Pollinator identity and spatial isolation influence multiple paternity in an annual plant

Rhodes M, Fant J, Skogen K

Date Published: March 20, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.p24q3

 

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Title Oenothera harringtonii microsatellite genotypes
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Description Microsatellite genotypes for parental and offspring individuals included in this study. Each row represents a unique O. harringtonii individual whose identifier is given in the first column. In the "parents" sheet, the parentID column gives the unique identifier for each parental individual. In the "offspring" sheet, the offspringID column gives the unique identifier for each offspring individual, which consists of the maternal identifier followed by an indication of pollinator exclusion treatment (C = control, D = day-excluded, N = night-excluded) and an integer that distinguishes that individual from others in the same maternal sibship. In both sheets, subsequent columns contain allele sizes for each of seven diploid loci.
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Title pollinator exclusion, spatial isolation and multiple paternity
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Description Pollinator exclusion treatment, individual-level spatial isolation and correlated paternity estimates for the seed families included in this study. Each row represents a sample of seeds taken from a single fruit. For a given seed family, "plantID" gives the maternal line identifier, "treatment" gives the pollinator exclusion treatment (c = control, de = day-excluded, ne = night-excluded), "isolation20" gives the sum of Euclidean distances (m) between the maternal plant and its twenty nearest neighbors, and "correlatedPaternity" gives the MLTR estimate of correlated paternity.
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Title pollen dispersal distances
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Description Pollen dispersal distances analyzed in this study. Each row represents a single seed for which a high-confidence paternity assignment was obtained. For each such seed, "treatment" gives the pollinator exclusion treatment (C = control, DE = day-excluded, NE = night-excluded) and "distance" gives the straight-line distance (m) between the maternal plant and the assigned paternal plant.
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Title morning pollinator visitation
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Description Pollinator visitation data for morning observation periods during our study. Each row represents the visitation frequency of a certain type of pollinator during a given observation period. For each observation period, "abundance" gives the number of foraging bouts per observed flower, and "pollinator" gives the pollinator identity (bee or moth).
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Title evening pollinator visitation
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Description Pollinator visitation data for evening observation periods during our study. Each row represents the visitation frequency of a certain type of pollinator during a given observation period. For each observation period, "abundance" gives the number of foraging bouts per observed flower, and "pollinator" gives the pollinator identity (bee or moth).
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Title combined pollinator visitation
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Description This file contains the morning and evening pollinator visitation data combined into one file, and was used in the pooled analysis of pollinator abundance.
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Title pollinator foraging bouts
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Description This file contains the number of different flowers visited during individual pollinator foraging bouts during our study. Each row represents a unique foraging bout. For each foraging bout, "time" gives the observation time (morning or evening), "visitor" gives the pollinator identity (hawkmoth or solitary bee) and "flowersVisited" gives the number of different flowers visited during that foraging bout.
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Title dataframe for Figure 2
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Description This file contains a simple table used to create Figure 2, which summarizes patterns of pollinator abundance during our study.
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Title R script
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Description R script to reproduce analyses and figures presented in this study.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Rhodes MK, Fant JB, Skogen KA (2017) Pollinator identity and spatial isolation influence multiple paternity in an annual plant. Molecular Ecology, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.14115

Additionally, please cite the Dryad data package:

Rhodes M, Fant J, Skogen K (2017) Data from: Pollinator identity and spatial isolation influence multiple paternity in an annual plant. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.p24q3
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