Data from: Asymmetrical sexual isolation but no postmating isolation between the closely related species Drosophila suboccidentalis and Drosophila occidentalis

Arthur NJ, Dyer KA

Date Published: March 12, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tj57h

 

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Title Pure Species Mating Rates
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Description This file contains data from the paper entitled "Asymmetrical sexual isolation but no postmating isolation between the closely related species Drosophila suboccidentalis and Drosophila occidentalis". This specific file contains data detailing pure species mating rates (Figure 1 from the paper). Each row represents a single pair of flies that were involved in a no-choice mate trial. A "1" in the "Mated(1=Yes)" column represents a pair of flies that successfully copulated within the allotted time frame. A "0" in this column indicated that the pair failed to copulate. The "Female_Species" column indicates the species of female in each pairing. The "Male_Species" column indicates the species of male in each pairing. "Suboccidentalis" refers to a pure Drosophila suboccidentalis individual. "Occidentalis" refers to a pure Drosophila occidentalis individual.
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Title Pure and Hybrid Female's Egg Counts
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Description This file contains data from the paper entitled "Asymmetrical sexual isolation but no postmating isolation between the closely related species Drosophila suboccidentalis and Drosophila occidentalis". This specific file contains data detailing pure species female and hybrid individual female egg production (Figure 3 from the paper). Each row represents a single pair of flies. These flies were mated and the number of eggs produced by each female was tallied in the column titled "Egg_Count". The "Female_Type" column indicates whether the female fly in each pairing was a pure species individual or a hybrid individual. The "Male_Type" column indicates whether the male fly in each pairing was a pure species individual or a hybrid individual. "Suboccidentalis" refers to a pure species Drosophila suboccidentalis individual. "Occidentalis" refers to a pure species Drosophila occidentalis individual. "F1(OxS)" refers to a hybrid individual generated by crossing a Drosophila occidentalis female to a Drosophila suboccidentalis male. "F1(SxO)" refers to a hybrid individual generated by crossing a Drosophila suboccidentalis female to a Drosophila occidentalis male.
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Title Pure Species Offspring Count
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Description This file contains data from the paper entitled "Asymmetrical sexual isolation but no postmating isolation between the closely related species Drosophila suboccidentalis and Drosophila occidentalis". This specific file contains data detailing pure species female and hybrid individual female progeny production (Figure 4 from the paper). Each row represents a single pair of flies. These flies were mated and the number resulting adult offspring produced was tallied in the column titled "Progeny_Count". The "Female_Species" column indicates the species of female in each pairing. The "Male_Species" column indicates the species of male in each pairing. "Suboccidentalis" refers to a pure species Drosophila suboccidentalis individual. "Occidentalis" refers to a pure species Drosophila occidentalis individual.
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Title Pure Species and Hybrid Male Fertility
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Description This file contains data from the paper entitled "Asymmetrical sexual isolation but no postmating isolation between the closely related species Drosophila suboccidentalis and Drosophila occidentalis". This specific file contains data detailing pure species and hybrid individual female egg production (Figure 5 from the paper). Each row represents a set containing a single male fly and three female flies. These flies were mated and the number of progeny produced was tallied in the column titled "Progeny_Count". The "Female_Type" column indicates whether the female flies in each set was a pure species individual or a hybrid individual. The "Male_Type" column indicates whether the male fly in each set was a pure species individual or a hybrid individual. "Suboccidentalis" refers to a pure species Drosophila suboccidentalis individual. "Occidentalis" refers to a pure species Drosophila occidentalis individual. "Hybrid(OxS)" refers to a hybrid individual generated by crossing a Drosophila occidentalis female to a Drosophila suboccidentalis male. "Hybrid(SxO)" refers to a hybrid individual generated by crossing a Drosophila suboccidentalis female to a Drosophila occidentalis male.
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Title Pure Species Latency to Mate
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Description This file contains data from the paper entitled "Asymmetrical sexual isolation but no postmating isolation between the closely related species Drosophila suboccidentalis and Drosophila occidentalis". This specific file contains data detailing the latency to copulation between pure species individuals (Supplemental Figure 2). Each row represents a single pair of flies involved in a no-choice mate trial that successfully copulated within the allotted time frame. The latency to copulation (measured in minutes) for each pair is recorded in the column titled "Latency". The "Female_Species" column indicates the species of female in each pairing. The "Male_Species" column indicates the species of male in each pairing. "Suboccidentalis" refers to a pure Drosophila suboccidentalis individual. "Occidentalis" refers to a pure Drosophila occidentalis individual.
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Title Hybrid Individual Mating Latency
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Description This file contains data from the paper entitled "Asymmetrical sexual isolation but no postmating isolation between the closely related species Drosophila suboccidentalis and Drosophila occidentalis". This specific file contains data detailing the latency to copulation between pure species individuals (Supplemental Figure 3). Each row represents a single pair of flies involved in a no-choice mate trial that successfully copulated within the allotted time frame. The latency to copulation (measured in minutes) for each pair is recorded in the column titled "Latency". The "Female_Type" column indicates whether the female fly in each pairing was a pure species individual or a hybrid individual. The "Male_Type" column indicates whether the male fly in each pairing was a pure species individual or a hybrid individual. "Suboccidentalis" refers to a pure species Drosophila suboccidentalis individual. "Occidentalis" refers to a pure species Drosophila occidentalis individual. "Hybrid(OxS)" refers to a hybrid individual generated by crossing a Drosophila occidentalis female to a Drosophila suboccidentalis male. "Hybrid(SxO)" refers to a hybrid individual generated by crossing a Drosophila suboccidentalis female to a Drosophila occidentalis male.
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Title Hybrid Mating Rates
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Description This file contains data from the paper entitled "Asymmetrical sexual isolation but no postmating isolation between the closely related species Drosophila suboccidentalis and Drosophila occidentalis". This specific file contains data detailing mating rates between hybrid and pure species individuals (Figure 2 from the paper). Each row represents a single pair of flies that were involved in a no-choice mate trial. A "1" in the "Mated(1=Yes)" column represents a pair of flies that successfully copulated within the allotted time frame. A "0" in this column indicated that the pair failed to copulate. The "Female_Type" column indicates whether the female fly in each pairing was a pure species individual or a hybrid individual. The "Male_Type" column indicates whether the male fly in each pairing was a pure species individual or a hybrid individual. "Suboccidentalis" refers to a pure species Drosophila suboccidentalis individual. "Occidentalis" refers to a pure species Drosophila occidentalis individual. "Hybrid(OxS)" refers to a hybrid individual generated by crossing a Drosophila occidentalis female to a Drosophila suboccidentalis male. "Hybrid(SxO)" refers to a hybrid individual generated by crossing a Drosophila suboccidentalis female to a Drosophila occidentalis male.
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Arthur NJ, Dyer KA (2015) Asymmetrical sexual isolation but no postmating isolation between the closely related species Drosophila suboccidentalis and Drosophila occidentalis. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15: 38. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12862-015-0328-y

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Arthur NJ, Dyer KA (2015) Data from: Asymmetrical sexual isolation but no postmating isolation between the closely related species Drosophila suboccidentalis and Drosophila occidentalis. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.tj57h
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