Mating data Callosobruchus subinnotatus
datasetposted on 30.07.2019 by Merel M. van Haren, Johanna Liljestrand Rönn, Menno Schilthuizen, Göran Arnqvist
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Excel file with mating data of 163 mating observations of Callosobruchus subinnotatus. There is one treatment group: AJ (ablated jaws), and three control groups: APy (ablated pygidium), APa (ablated paramere), and Non (no treatment). Every row is an observation of one couple mating twice. The female lays eggs in between (Total Eggs Between) and after the second mating (Total Eggs after Second). 'Scars old' and 'Scars new' refer to scar data gained by two different methods. 'Scars old' is count data of the number of scars, 'Scars new' is the surface area in pixels that is occupied by scars.