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een12034-sup-0001-TableS1.docWord document59KTable S1. Partial correlation matrix among our nine measured variables for male (grey highlighted) and female (white highlighted) Coenagrion puella in the absence (a) and presence (b) of predators. Note that PC foraging, swimming and walking are the extracted PC scores from a principal component analysis (see the ‘Materials and methods’ section). Growth rate is given for size and mass at emergence. Dev. Time, development time.
een12034-sup-0002-TableS2.docWord document59KTable S2. Partial correlation matrix among our nine measured variables for male (grey highlighted) and female (white highlighted) Coenagrion puella under early (a) and late (b) photoperiods. Note that PC foraging, swimming and walking are the extracted PC scores from a principal component analysis (see the ‘Materials and methods’ section). Growth rate is given for size and mass at emergence. Dev.time, development time.
een12034-sup-0003-TableS3.docWord document41KTable S3. Mean (±1 SE) of our seven measured variables (size and mass at emergence are given in Figs 1 and 2) for male (grey highlighted) and female (white highlighted) Coenagrion puella in the absence and presence of predators and under early and late photoperiods. Note that PC foraging, swimming and walking are the extracted PC scores from a principal component analysis (see the ‘Materials and methods’ section). Growth rate is given for size and mass at emergence.

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