Data from: Using experimental evolution to study adaptations for life within the family

Schrader M, Jarrett BJM, Kilner RM

Date Published: December 31, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rj370

 

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Title Schrader_Jarrett_Kilner_2015_dataset
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Description Data for the analyses described in Schrader, Jarrett, and Kilner 2015. Columns are as follows: line (the experimental line, F = Full Care, N = No Care), treatment (the breeding environment, F = Full Care, N = No Care), rep (replicate), block (the experimental block, A or B), carcass_mass (the mass of the breeding carcass in grams), no_larvae (the number of larvae at dispersal), brood_mass (the mass of the entire brood at dispersal in grams), mean_larval_mass (the average mass of larvae at dispersal in grams), success (whether the breeding attempt produced at least one larva, 0 = no dispersing larvae, 1 = at least 1 dispersing larva), carcass_consumption (whether the brood consumed the breeding carcass, 0 = carcass not completely consumed, 1 = carcass completely consumed).
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Schrader M, Jarrett BJM, Kilner RM (2015) Using experimental evolution to study adaptations for life within the family. The American Naturalist 185(5): 610-619. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/680500

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Schrader M, Jarrett BJM, Kilner RM (2015) Data from: Using experimental evolution to study adaptations for life within the family. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rj370
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