Data from: Foraging bumblebees acquire a preference for neonicotinoid-treated food with prolonged exposure

Arce AN, Ramos Rodrigues A, Yu J, Colgan TJ, Wurm Y, Gill RJ

Date Published: August 8, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4f6t3b5

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Title colony_level_visits_&_feed_time
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Description colony_level_visits_&_feed_time.csv Data for Table S4, proportion of bees visiting each pesticide concentration Data for Table S5, count of bees visiting each pesticide concentration Data for Table S6, average time spent feeding at each pesticide concentration
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Title commited_foragers
Description commited_foragers.csv Data for Table S7, proportion of foraging trips to each concentration made by 31 bees
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Title volume_data
Description volume_data.csv Data for Table S3, average volume of sucrose consumed from each pesticide concentration
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Title 01_dryad_colony_level_ consumption
Description 01_dryad_colony_level_ consumption.R Analysing the volume of sucrose consumed by each colony Contains code for replicating Fig 1d.
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Title 02_dryad_colony_&_individual_level_proportion_of_visits
Description 02_dryad_colony_&_individual_level_proportion_of_visits.R Analysing the proportion of bees visiting each pesticide concentration Contains code for replicating Fig 1e. Analysing the number of bees visiting each pesticide concentration Analysing the average time spent feeding at each pesticide concentration Analysing the proportion of foraging trips to each concentration made by 31 bees Contains code for replicating Fig S4.
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Arce AN, Ramos Rodrigues A, Yu J, Colgan TJ, Wurm Y, Gill RJ (2018) Foraging bumblebees acquire a preference for neonicotinoid-treated food with prolonged exposure. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285(1885): 20180655. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2018.0655

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Arce AN, Ramos Rodrigues A, Yu J, Colgan TJ, Wurm Y, Gill RJ (2018) Data from: Foraging bumblebees acquire a preference for neonicotinoid-treated food with prolonged exposure. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4f6t3b5
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