Data from: Phenological shifts in hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae): linking measurement and mechanism

Hassall C, Owen J, Gilbert FS

Date Published: June 14, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v7g7d

 

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Title Table S1 - Barcoding data used in tree construction
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Description Table S1: Codes for sequences used in the construction of the NJ tree for hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae). See Figure S1 for the finished neighbour joining tree and the main text for the analytical procedures by which those sequences were processed.
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Title Table S2 - Temperature-development data
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Description This file contains an extensive synthesis of temperature-development records from laboratory experiments involving the rearing of Syrphidae. Contained within the Excel file are (i) a spreadsheet with the data extracted from the papers, (ii) a metadata worksheet with definitions of the columns, and (iii) a full bibliography of the studies involved.
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Title Table S3 - HRS species specific data
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Description Table S3: Full dataset of relationships between temperature, date, and flight periods in hoverflies derived from the Hoverfly Recording Scheme.
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Title Table S4 - Phenology shifts vs zero
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Description Table S4: Results of statistical analysis to test for a difference between samples of phenological responses (PC=Pearson correlation, Reg=regression coefficient) of different parts of the flight period (5=5th percentile, 50=50th percentile, 95=95th percentile) and zero. Results are all from generalised least squares analysis with a floating intercept, fitted without phylogenetic autocorrelation ("Uncontrolled") and using two different hoverfly phylogenies.
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Title Table S5 - All traits analysis
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Description Table S5: Results of statistical analysis to test for an effect of species traits on phenological responses (Pearson correlations between annual temperature or year). Results are all from generalised least squares analysis with a floating intercept, fitted without phylogenetic autocorrelation ("Uncontrolled") and using two different hoverfly phylogenies. "--" indicates no data due to the presence of only one trait value in that dataset. Significant results are highlighted in bold.
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Title Table S6 - Owen species specific data
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Description Table S6: Full dataset of relationships between temperature, date, and flight periods in hoverflies derived from standardised recording (see main text for details).
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Hassall C, Owen J, Gilbert FS (2016) Phenological shifts in hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae): linking measurement and mechanism. Ecography, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ecog.02623

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Hassall C, Owen J, Gilbert FS (2016) Data from: Phenological shifts in hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae): linking measurement and mechanism. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v7g7d
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