Persistence, impacts and environmental drivers of covert infections in invertebrate hosts.

  • Ines Sequeira De Brito Fontes The Natural History Museum, London (Creator)
  • Hanna Hartikainen (Creator)
  • Chris Williams (Creator)
  • B Okamura (Creator)
  • Christopher John Secombes (Data Manager)

Dataset

Description

Additional file 1: Table S1. Site locations. (DOCX 12 kb)

Additional file 2: Table S2. Environmental variables data. (DOCX 14 kb)

Additional file 3: Detailed CTAB protocol including modifications to the original protocol. (DOCX 18 kb)

Additional file 4: Figure S1. Water temperature. Temperature measurements over 12 months according to the 8 sampling trips every 45 days for each river. (TIFF 235 kb)

Additional file 5: Table S3. Water flow data. (DOCX 13 kb)

Additional file 6: Figure S2. PCA plot. Principal components analysis (PCA) scores for environmental variables. Ellipses are normal contour lines with probability of 68% done by cluster analysis of rivers. Data points for each river are coloured by sampling trip (River Avon: 5th trip - 18/04/12; 6th trip - 11/06/12; 7th trip - 18/07/12; 8th trip - 29/08/12; River Dun: 5th trip - 23/04/12; 6th trip - 06/06/12; 7th trip - 23/07/12; 8th trip - 05/09/12). Variables with vectors pointing in the same direction have similar responses. Points that are close together correspond to observations that have similar scores on the components. PC1 explains 56.0% of the variation. PC2 explains 25.4% of the variance. (TIFF 1262 kb)

Additional file 7: Table S4. Summary of PCA analysis on environmental variables. (DOCX 13 kb)

Additional file 8: Table S5. Colony infection intensity. (DOCX 13 kb)
Date made available1 Dec 2017
PublisherUniversity of Aberdeen

Keywords

  • Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)
  • NE/019227/1

Cite this

De Brito Fontes, I. S. (Creator), Hartikainen, H. (Creator), Williams, C. (Creator), Okamura, B. (Creator), Secombes, C. J. (Data Manager)(1 Dec 2017). Persistence, impacts and environmental drivers of covert infections in invertebrate hosts. University of Aberdeen. 10.5061/dryad.t9n0r