Data from: Size matters for lice on birds: coevolutionary allometry of host and parasite body size

Harnos A, Lang Z, Petrás D, Bush SE, Szabó K, Rozsa L

Date Published: November 14, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t9t0v

 

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Title Louse and host bird body sizes by louse families
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Description Louse species (families), louse female total body length (obtained from taxonomic descriptions, see Supplements of our paper), host birds name and body mass (obtained from Dunning, 2008). Families are coded as: M: Menoponidae; R: Ricinidae; P: Philopteridae.
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Title Louse and host bird body sizes by Philopterid guilds
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Description Louse species, female total body length, host species, host body mass, and louse guilds. Guilds are coded as: H: 'head lice'; W: wing lice; B: 'body lice'; G: generalists.
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Harnos A, Lang Z, Petrás D, Bush SE, Szabó K, Rózsa L (2016) Size matters for lice on birds: Coevolutionary allometry of host and parasite body size. Evolution 71(2): 421–431. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.13147

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Harnos A, Lang Z, Petrás D, Bush SE, Szabó K, Rozsa L (2016) Data from: Size matters for lice on birds: coevolutionary allometry of host and parasite body size. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t9t0v
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