2016-06-06T19:49:05Z (GMT) by Denon Start Benjamin Gilbert
Sheet 1 represents data on gall size and attack rates of natural enemies. Patch is a unique number for each patch of goldenrod. Distance is the distance in meter from the largest patch to the focal patch. Stems is the number of ramets of goldenrod in the focal patch. Gall is the number of galls in a particular patch. Fly is binary where 0 represents Eurosta having died for any reason whereas 1 represents Eurosta which survived. Larvae is the same as fly but replaces zeros with NAs when there is no gall present in the line. Bird is binary where 0=no and 1=yes bird attack. Mordellistena, eury.obs, and eury.gig represent attack by different parasitoid species and are coded identically to bird attack. Diameter is the maximum horizontal diameter of the gall in mm. Sheet 2 shows data on dispersal data for individual eurosta. Individual is a unique identifier for each individual Eurosta. Patch is the natal patch of the focal Eurosta. Stems and distance are as described above. Gall refers to the gall number in sheet 1. Time represents when the data on each individual was collect where 1,2,3, and 4 represent 2,4,6, and 24 hours after release respectively. Dispersal is the cumulative distance moved by that fly in meters.