- Figures S1: Pups body mass at 8 (A), 14 (B) and 30 (C) days according to the diet.; Table S1: symptoms observed in mothers and pups of the maize-based diets; Figure S2: Ventral fur of two pups at weaning (i.e. 30 days), from the maize-worm diet and from the maize-worm-B3 diet.; Table S2: Weeds commonly found in maize fields (3), amount of free vitamin B3 they contain and dry mass of these plants for hamster to ingest to reach a 0.3 mg vitamin B3 daily intake - Data are represented for the first experiment (2014). Different letters highlight significant differences between the diets (p<0.037). W-W=Wheat-Worm, W-C=Wheat-Clover, M-C=Maize-Clover and M-W=Maize-Worm.; Data are represented for the first experiment (2014) only and include individuals from both the maize-clover and maize-worm diets.; The calculation has been done using literature and internet sources ([1-3], see below).
- Table S3: original data on body mass and reproductive success