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Data from: Egg mass polymorphism in Ambystoma maculatum is not associated with larval performance or survival, or with cell density of the algal symbiont Oophila amblystomatis

Citation

Hale, Rebecca; D'Errico, Mischa; Kennedy, Caroline (2021), Data from: Egg mass polymorphism in Ambystoma maculatum is not associated with larval performance or survival, or with cell density of the algal symbiont Oophila amblystomatis, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.69p8cz8xq

Abstract

These data are from a 2018 study of larval morphology, performance, and survival in the spotted salamander (Ambystoma maculatum). We examined larvae of two egg mass color morphs: clear and white. We also quantified the density of algal (Oophila amblystomatis) cells on the egg capsules of embryos. The data correspond to our publication in Evolutionary Ecology.

Methods

Details can be found in the manuscript. Additional information can be obtained by contacting R. Hale at rhale@unca.edu.

Usage Notes

Data files are described in the DErricoKennedyHale_polymorphism_data2018 readme.txt file.

Funding

University of North Carolina Asheville Undergraduate Research Program