Supplementary Table 1 from Early hatching enhances survival despite beneficial phenotypic effects of late-season developmental environments

2018-03-13T09:36:10Z (GMT) by P. R. Pearson D. A. Warner
Sex differences in offspring development and phenotypes. Although the effect of sex on snout-vent length (SVL) was statistically significant, males and females differed by only 0.3 mm. Traits denoted by ‘*’ represent egg mass as a covariate and by ‘**’ represent SVL as a covariate. For body condition, analyses used hatchling mass as the dependent variable and SVL as a covariate, but descriptive statistics are reported as residual scores from a mass-length regression analysis. Bold face values are statistically significant.