Data from: Rapid diversification of sexual signals in Hawaiian Nesosydne planthoppers (Hemiptera: Delphacidae): the relative role of neutral and selective forces

Goodman KR, Kelley JP, Welter S, Roderick GK, Elias DO

Date Published: December 29, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vr3h0

 

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Title Temporal signal traits of planthopper male sexual signals
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Description These are attributes of planthopper male sexual signals collected from the island of Hawaii in a field laboratory using a laser vibrometer and an accelerometer. This file, "PatternElements.csv" , describes five signal characteristics: Inter-pulse Interval, Whir Length, Fast Pulse Rate, Slow Pulse Rate, and Ratio of Signals per Bout to the Interval between bouts. Please see the publication for a detailed description of how these data were recorded and scored, and Figure 1 within the publication for a graphical description of the characters. Signal characters with a "_corr" after their names indicates the that these signal traits were correlated to temperature in the original recording and and these columns represent the corrected data.
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Title The signal trait "fundamental frequency" of planthopper male sexual signals
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Description These recordings of planthopper male sexual signals were collected from the island of Hawaii in a field laboratory using a laser vibrometer and an accelerometer. This file, "FundamentalFreq.csv" , describes one signal characteristic: fundamental frequency. Please see the publication for a detailed description of how these data were recorded and scored, and Figure 1 within the publication for a graphical description of the character. The column "fund_corr" indicates the that this signal trait was correlated to temperature in the original recording and and this column represents the corrected data.
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Title The signal trait "dominant frequency" of planthopper male sexual signals
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Description These recordings of planthopper male sexual signals were collected from the island of Hawaii in a field laboratory using a laser vibrometer and an accelerometer. This file, "DominantFreq.csv", describes one signal characteristic: dominant frequency. Please see the publication for a detailed description of how these data were recorded and scored, and Figure 1 within the publication for a graphical description of the character.
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Goodman KR, Kelley JP, Welter S, Roderick GK, Elias DO (2015) Rapid diversification of sexual signals in Hawaiian Nesosydne planthoppers (Hemiptera: Delphacidae): the relative role of neutral and selective forces. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28(2): 415-427. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12577

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Goodman KR, Kelley JP, Welter S, Roderick GK, Elias DO (2014) Data from: Rapid diversification of sexual signals in Hawaiian Nesosydne planthoppers (Hemiptera: Delphacidae): the relative role of neutral and selective forces. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.vr3h0
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