Ecological Archives E096-254-A1
Raphaël Royauté and Jonathan N. Pruitt. 2015. Varying predator personalities generates contrasting prey communities in an agroecosystem. Ecology 96:2902–2911. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-2424.1
Appendix A. Figures showing distribution of spider personality types among mesocosm treatments, relationship between individual variation in spider activity and spider body-size, and spider cannibalism compared across treatments.
Fig. A1. Distribution of spider personality types among mesocosm treatments (upper panel) and average personality types compared across treatment replicates (lower panel). All multiple comparisons are significant at α = 0.05 (LMM, treatment effect: LRT = 119.72, P < 0.0001).
Fig. A2. Relationship between individual variation in spider activity (upper pannel) and spider body-size (lower pannel). Data obtained from a pool of 19 individuals measured for activity over 8 consecutive days and ordered from most to least active spider.
Fig. A3. Spider cannibalism did not differ significantly across treatments (Poisson GLM, LRT = 0.66, P = 0.72). Dashed line indicate the number of spiders included at the beginning of the experiment in each mesocosm.
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