Data from: Population of origin and environment interact to determine oomycete infections in spotted salamander populations

Mark C. Urban, Louise A. Lewis, Karolina Fučíková & Alexis Cordone
Spatial variation in disease risk in wild populations can depend both on environmental and genetic factors. Understanding the various contributions of each factor requires experimental manipulation of both the environment and genetic composition of populations under natural field conditions. We first examined natural patterns of oomycete composition and infection in the eggs of 13 populations of the spotted salamander Ambystoma maculatum. We then performed a fully factorial field transplant of the eggs of six populations...
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