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eva12016-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfapplication/PDF49KFigure S1. The interfamily variation in (A) percentage of eggs survived, (B) time eggs survived (days), (C) time to hatching (days), (D) developmental stage at hatching, and (E) size (length) at hatching (mm) for the offspring of 16 different female newts raised in Control solution. (C-E) Reprinted from Hopkins et al. (2012).
eva12016-sup-0002-FigureS2.pdfapplication/PDF80KFigure S2. Significant variation in the response of eggs from different females to NaCl (A, C, E) and MgCl2 (B, D, F) salt concentrations for (A, B) Time to hatching (days before eggs hatching in Control), (C, D) Developmental stage at hatching (number of developmental stages below larvae hatching in Control), and (E, F) Size (total length in mm) at hatching (mm below the size of larvae hatching in control).
eva12016-sup-0003-FigureS3.pdfapplication/PDF52KFigure S3. The effect of salinity concentration (A) and maternal identity (B, C) on time eggs survived (days) raised under increasing concentrations of NaCl (A, B) and MgCl2 (A, C).
eva12016-sup-0004-TableS1.docxWord document33KTable S1. Variation among families in (a) egg survival, (b) time to hatching (c) stage at hatching and (d) size (length) at hatching at different treatments, reporting the mean, minimum and maximum values (mean ± SE) for families for each treatment.
eva12016-sup-0005-Supplemental-Information.docxWord document111K 

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