Additional file 2: Table S1. of Wild cricket social networks show stability across generations

Characteristics of the cricket population and network statistics for each year. Isolated nodes are individuals that were not recorded to mate or fight another individual. Clustering is the ratio of complete triangles, where three crickets all interact with each other, to all possible triangles, including those where only two of the three crickets actually interact. Betweenness is the number of shortest paths between each pair of crickets in the network that pass through a particular cricket. We have taken the mean across all individuals, giving one measure of how well connected different parts of the network are (high values indicate poorly connected). Path length is the number of edges one must move along to connect any two nodes in a network. We have taken the mean, giving one value for how densely connected the network is (high values indicate low connectivity). (DOCX 16 kb)