%0 DATA
%A Kate, E. Langwig
%A Winifred, F. Frick
%A Joseph, R. Hoyt
%A Katy, L. Parise
%A Kevin P., Drees
%A Thomas, H. Kunz
%A Jeffrey, T. Foster
%A A., Marm Kilpatrick
%D 2016
%T Supplementary text, figures and tables from Drivers of variation in species impacts for a multi-host fungal disease of bats
%U https://rs.figshare.com/articles/Supplementary_text_figures_and_tables_from_Drivers_of_variation_in_species_impacts_for_a_multi-host_fungal_disease_of_bats/3985473
%R 10.6084/m9.figshare.3985473.v1
%2 https://rs.figshare.com/ndownloader/files/6330198
%K emerging infectious disease
%K microparasite
%K macroparasite
%K multi-host pathogen
%K wildlife disease
%K Myotis lucifugus
%K white-nose syndrome
%K chytridiomycosis
%K population declines
%K Geomyces destructans
%X Supplemental Text: Investigation of how differences in fungal growth on individuals influence fungal load skewness; Figure S1. Relationship between initial (early hibernation) log10 fungal load skewness and change in skewness between early and late hibernation fungal loads under two different fungal growth scenarios; Table S1. Sample sizes of bats sampled at each site between 2011 and 2014; Table S2. GenBank accession numbers for phylogenetic tree used to estimate variance-covariance relatedness matrix; Table S3. Coefficient table for weighted regression of early hibernation fungal loads versus the change in fungal loads over hibernation