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Code and data

Graeme T Lloyd, Steve C Wang & Stephen L Brusatte
R code and data as MS Excel worksheets that were used for the analyses.


Robert I. Colautti & Spencer C. H. Barrett
SAS Analysis. Note that you will have to add an import statement to import AllDataFixed.txt to run the script.

Data from: A connection between colony biomass and death in Caribbean reef-building corals

Daniel J. Thornhill, Randi D. Rotjan, Brian D. Todd, Geoff C. Chilcoat, Roberto Iglesias-Prieto, Todd C. LaJeunesse, Dustin W. Kemp, Jennifer McCabe Reynolds, Gregory W. Schmidt, Thomas Shannon, Mark E. Warner & William K. Fitt
Increased sea-surface temperatures linked to warming climate threaten coral reef ecosystems globally. To better understand how corals and their endosymbiotic dinoflagellates (Symbiodinium spp.) respond to environmental change, tissue biomass and Symbiodinium density of seven coral species were measured on various reefs approximately every four months for up to thirteen years in the Upper Florida Keys, United States (1994–2007), eleven years in the Exuma Cays, Bahamas (1995–2006), and four years in Puerto Morelos, Mexico (2003–2007). For...

Data from: Selection on floral design in Polemonium brandegeei (Polemoniaceae): female and male fitness under hawkmoth pollination

Mason W. Kulbaba & Anne C. Worley
Plant-pollinator interactions promote the evolution of floral traits that attract pollinators and facilitate efficient pollen transfer. The spatial separation of sex-organs, herkogamy, is believed to limit sexual interference in hermaphrodite flowers. Reverse herkogamy (stigma recessed below anthers) and long narrow corolla-tubes are expected to promote efficiency in male function under hawkmoth pollination. We tested this prediction by measuring selection in six experimental arrays of Polemonium brandegeei, a species that displays continuous variation in herkogamy, resulting...


Tania Jenkins, Gavin Huw Thomas, Olof Hellgren & Ian P. F. Owens
Leucocytozoon spp sequence data

Transects & Plots

Daniel T. Pettay, Jorge H. Pinzón, Drew C. Wham & Todd C. LaJeunesse
Microsatellite data for 2006 transects and 2009 polar plots in the Gulf of California.

Data from: Hybrid breakdown weakens under thermal stress in population crosses of the copepod Tigriopus californicus.

Christopher S. Willett
The outcome of hybridization can be impacted by environment conditions, which themselves can contribute to reproductive isolation between taxa. In crosses of genetically divergent populations, hybridization can have both negative and positive impacts on fitness, the balance between which might be tipped by changes in the environment. Genetically divergent populations of the intertidal copepod Tigriopus californicus have been shown to differ in thermal tolerance at high temperatures along a latitudinal gradient. In this study a...

Acute heat stress data for crosses of T. californicus

Christopher S. Willett

COI-16S Phylogenetic alignment

Céline M O Reisser, Ann R Wood, J J Bell, Jonathan P A Gardner, Céline M O Reisser, Ann R Wood, J J Bell & Jonathan P A Gardner
Complete phylogenetic alignment of COI and 16S concatenated fragments. Base pair 1-425:COI; base pair 426-852:16S.


Tania Jenkins, Gavin Huw Thomas, Olof Hellgren & Ian P. F. Owens
avian cytochrome b sequences


Tania Jenkins, Gavin Huw Thomas, Olof Hellgren & Ian P. F. Owens
CO1 sequence data (bird)

Supp Fig 1

Christine D. Bacon, William J. Baker & Mark P. Simmons
Supplemental Figure 1

Data from: Role of recent and old riverine barriers in fine scale population genetic structure of Geoffroy's Tamarin (Saguinus geoffroyi) in the Panama Canal Watershed

Samuel L. Díaz-Muñoz
The role of physical barriers in promoting population divergence and genetic structuring is well known. While it is well established that animals can show genetic structuring at small spatial scales, less well resolved is how the timing of the appearance of barriers affects population structure. This study uses the Panama Canal watershed as a test of the effects of old and novel riverine barriers in creating population structure in Saguinus geoffroyi, a small cooperatively breeding...

MHRA Field safety notices_FDA 19_5_11

C Heneghan, M Thompson, M Billingsley & D Cohen

meta-analysis data

Terry J. Ord, Léandra King & Adrian R. Young
Complete dataset used in meta-analysis of species recognition

Statistics file from Bayes-strategyE

Barbara J. Sharanowski, Ashley P.G. Dowling & Michael J. Sharkey
Statistics file from Bayes run for all genes. See also "allgenes_8_partitions_strategy_E" nexus file with associated commands for MrBayes.

Appendix S1 10062 AM DUNHILL

Alexander M. Dunhill
Appendix S1 referenced in article.

Number of territories vs. the acorn crop

Walter D. Koenig, Eric L Walters & Joseph Haydock
This file contains annual data on the number of territories present in the 'core' population by year and as a function of the prior fall's acorn crop

Data from: Fungal pathogen species richness: why do some plant species have more pathogens than others?

Zachariah J. Miller
Variation among plant species in the number of associated herbivore and pathogen species is predicted to fit a species-area relationship in which the area or biomass embodied by a plant species is a function of individual size and geographic range size. This hypothesis is tested using published estimates of geographic range, individual size, and species richness of fungal-pathogens for 490 plant species occurring in the United States and controlling for sampling intensity and phylogenetic effects....

Data_Horn et al_ID 11-0581

Agnès Horn
Genotyping data of the five Sorex araneus hybrid zones


Carlos García-Robledo, Carol C. Horvitz, Carlos García-Robledo & Carol C. Horvitz
Data for Cephaloleia placida (Chrysomelidae) from: Jack of all trades masters novel host plants: positive genetic correlations in specialist and generalist insect herbivores expanding their diets to novel hosts, Garcia-Robledo, Carlos, Horvitz, Carol


Yufeng Wu & Yufeng Wu
Simulation data file. It contains simulated species trees and gene trees, as well as the inferred gene trees from simulated DNA sequences. It also contains a README file.


Jill T. Anderson, Tim Nuttle, Joe S. Saldaña Rojas, Thomas H. Pendergast & Alexander S. Flecker
This text file contains individual level gut retention time data for captive fish from 2005 and 2006. Each line of data represents an individual seed, and indicates the time (hour) at which the seed was defecated by a given fish. Multiple seeds were fed to captive fish in each gut retention trial. Status codes seeds as 1 when defecated. Censored seeds (undefecated) are coded with 0.

Data from: Alien eggs in duck nests: brood parasitism or a help from Grandma?

Ralph Tiedemann, Kirsten B Paulus, Katja Havenstein, Sverrir Thorstensen, Aevar Petersen, Peter Lyngs & Michel C Milinkovitch
Intraspecific brood parasitism (IBP) is a remarkable phenomenon by which parasitic females can increase their reproductive output by laying eggs in conspecific females' nests in addition to incubating eggs in their own nest. Kin selection could explain the tolerance, or even the selective advantage, of IBP, but different models of IBP based on game theory yield contradicting predictions. Our analyses of 7 polymorphic autosomal microsatellites in two eider duck colonies indicate that relatedness between host...

Data from: A tight balance between natural selection and gene flow in a southern African arid-zone endemic bird

Ângela Maria Ribeiro, Penn Lloyd & Rauri C. K. Bowie
Gene flow is traditionally thought to be antagonistic to population differentiation and local adaptation. However, recent studies have demonstrated that local adaptation can proceed provided that selection is greater than the homogenising effects of gene flow. We extend these initial studies by combining ecology (climate), phenotype (body size), physiological genetics (oxidative phosphorylation genes) and neutral loci (nuclear microsatellites and introns) to test whether selection can counter-balance gene flow and hence promote local adaptation in a...

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