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Fig. 2 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 2

From: Life-history strategy, resource dispersion and phylogenetic associations shape dispersal of a fig wasp community

Fig. 2

Measured dispersal trait values for fig wasp species along with corrections for phylogeny. a, b and c denote the flight duration, somatic lipid content and sRMR values across species respectively. The black dots indicate data points. The triangles indicate outliers. The horizontal lines in box plots indicate the median. The bottom and top of the box indicate 25th and 75th percentiles respectively while the whiskers indicate either the maximum value or 1.5 times the interquartile range, whichever is smaller. Alphabets indicate significant differences as detected by Dunn’s test for multiple comparisons. The horizontal dotted lines indicate the median value for the groups with fast-paced and slow-paced life-history strategies. d, e and f depict correlations between the log transformed values of time of flight vs. lipid content, sRMR and oviposition window respectively. Plotted are the median values of the transformed parameters with their median absolute deviations represented as line-segments. Solid regression lines indicate associations with the log transformed data, while dashed regression lines indicate the PGLS trends. Species abbreviations: AS-Apocrypta species 2, AW-Apocrypta westwoodi, SS-Sycophaga stratheni, ST-Sycophaga testacea, SF-Sycophaga fusca, SA-Sycophaga agraensis, CF-Ceratosolen fusciceps. “Fast” and “slow” indicate the pace of life of the wasp species

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