Data from: Phylogenetic and experimental tests of interactions among mutualistic plant defense traits in Viburnum (Adoxaceae)

Weber MG, Clement WL, Donoghue MJ, Agrawal AA

Date Published: May 30, 2012

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t4n0g

 

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Title Viburnum_Common_Garden
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Description The number of non-herbivorous mites collected on leaves of Viburnum plants in a common garden in Ithaca, NY. Column headings: "EFN/Domatia type" = the location and presence/absence of extrafloral nectaries (EFN) and domatia ("absent" = no EFN or domatia, "lamina" = laminar EFN and tuft domatia, "petiole" = petiolier EFN and tuft domatia, "marginal" = marginal EFN and tuft domatia) ; "Species" = the species name of the Viburnum plant, "N Mites" = the number of non-herbivorous mites on the plant leaf.
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Title Viburnum_acerifolum_mites
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Description The number of non-herbivorous mites collected on experimentally manipulated leaves of Viburnum acerifolium. Field experiment conducted at near Ithaca, NY, USA (42 30 2.34N, 76 26 8.49W). Column headings: "TREMNT" = experimental treatment/manipulation applied to plant ("ALL OPEN" = control tar placed near, but not covering, extrafloral nectaries (EFN) and domatia, "BOTHX" = tar blocking/covering both EFN and domatia, "DOMX" = tar blocking/covering domatia and tar control near EFN, "EFNX" tar blocking/covering EFN and tar control near domatia); "Mites" = the number of non-herbivorous mites.
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Title Viburnum_dentatum_mites
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Description The number of non-herbivorous mites collected on experimentally manipulated leaves of Viburnum dentatum. Field experiment conducted at near Ithaca, NY, USA (42 30 1.44N, 76 26 8.52W). Column headings: "TREMNT" = experimental treatment/manipulation applied to plant ("ALL OPEN" = control tar placed near, but not covering, extrafloral nectaries (EFN) and domatia, "BOTHX" = tar blocking/covering both EFN and domatia, "DOMX" = tar blocking/covering domatia and tar control near EFN, "EFNX" tar blocking/covering EFN and tar control near domatia); "Mites" = the number of non-herbivorous mites.
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Weber MG, Clement WL, Donoghue MJ, Agrawal AA (2012) Phylogenetic and experimental tests of interactions among mutualistic plant defense traits in Viburnum (Adoxaceae). American Naturalist 180(4): 450-463. http://dx.doi.org/1086/667584

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Weber MG, Clement WL, Donoghue MJ, Agrawal AA (2012) Data from: Phylogenetic and experimental tests of interactions among mutualistic plant defense traits in Viburnum (Adoxaceae). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t4n0g
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