Data from: Predictable food supplies induce plastic shifts in avian scaled body mass

Salleh Hudin N, Strubbe D, Teyssier A, De Neve L, White J, Janssens GPJ, Lens L

Date Published: June 16, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.24610

 

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Title Biometric measurements, ptilochronology and fluctuating asymmetry of house sparrows from urban and rural areas in France
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Description The database consists of biometric measurements (body mass, tarsus length, wing length, bill height and bill length) and scores of feather moulting stage collected during field sampling and body mass obtained from experiment. Data on ptilochronology were yielded through manual measurement of feather growth bar width. Fluctuating asymmetry data consist of two times measurements of feather length which were used to estimate fluctuating asymmetry.
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Salleh Hudin N, Strubbe D, Teyssier A, De Neve L, White J, Janssens GPJ, Lens L (2016) Predictable food supplies induce plastic shifts in avian scaled body mass. Behavioral Ecology 27(6): 1833-1840. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arw108

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Salleh Hudin N, Strubbe D, Teyssier A, De Neve L, White J, Janssens GPJ, Lens L (2016) Data from: Predictable food supplies induce plastic shifts in avian scaled body mass. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.24610
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