Data from: Colour-variable birds have broader ranges, wider niches and are less likely to be threatened

Delhey K, Smith J, Peters A

Date Published: March 19, 2013

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.0sd30

 

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Title Passerines: Colour variability and associated variables
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Description Variable names (see Methods for more details) Data collated from the Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds vols. 5-7 animal: species code used in the phylogeny av.col.var: average colour variability (sexes pooled) m.col.var: average colour variability (males) f.col.var: average colour variability (females) polymorphic: considered polymorphic in Galeotti et al. (2003) sex.dich: sexual dichromatism score move.score: mobility score range: number of occupied 1’ cells in The New Atlas of Australian Birds habitats: habitat heterogeneity score threat: threat status, 1=endangered, 0=not endangered diet.het: dietary heterogeneity
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Title Parrots and Cockatoos: Colour variability and associated variables
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Description Variable names (see Methods for more details) Data collated from the Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds animal: species code used in the phylogeny av.col.var: average colour variability (sexes pooled) m.col.var: average colour variability (males) f.col.var: average colour variability (females) polymorphic: considered polymorphic in Galeotti et al. (2003) sex.dich: sexual dichromatism score move.score: mobility score range: number of occupied 1’ cells in The New Atlas of Australian Birds habitats: habitat heterogeneity score threat: threat status, 1=endangered, 0=not endangered diet.het: dietary heterogeneity
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Delhey K, Smith J, Peters A (2013) Colour-variable birds have broader ranges, wider niches and are less likely to be threatened. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26(7): 1559-1568. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jeb.12157

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