Data from: Are flies kind to kin? The role of intra- and inter-sexual relatedness in mediating reproductive conflict

Martin ES, Long TAF

Date Published: November 18, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q28b2

 

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Title happy_families
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Description Behavioural and fitness data collected from fruit flies placed in the following treatments 1) “related pair”, a single male from the same familial lineage as the target female; 2) “unrelated pair”, a single male from a different familial lineage than the target female; 3) “all related”, three males related to each other (same familial lineage) and to the target female; 4) “males related”, three males related to each other but from a different familial lineage than the target female; and 5) “all unrelated”, three males unrelated (different familial lineages) to either each other or to the target female.
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Title synthetic_dataset
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Description A synthetic dataset containing the fighting rate values for each of the familial lineages that were represented in the male combinations for every all unrelated vial; this was accomplished using our observations made for males from the appropriate corresponding males related vials. The three values (corresponding to the three males in an unrelated trio) in this synthetic dataset were ranked from most aggressive to least aggressive. The fighting rate in the corresponding "all unrelated" vial is also included.
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Martin ES, Long TAF (2015) Are flies kind to kin? The role of intra- and inter-sexual relatedness in mediating reproductive conflict. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282(1821): 20151991. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2015.1991

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Martin ES, Long TAF (2015) Data from: Are flies kind to kin? The role of intra- and inter-sexual relatedness in mediating reproductive conflict. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q28b2
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