Data from: Barriers to dispersal of rain forest butterflies in tropical agricultural landscapes

Scriven SA, Beale CM, Benedick S, Hill JK

Date Published: August 2, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2m19h

 

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Title Raw butterfly capture data
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Description Raw data on the capture/recapture events of each individual butterfly marked and captured in the field during the study. See ReadMe file for description of column headings.
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Title R script for summary statistics and chi-squared
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Description R script file containing code to calculate summary statistics (e.g. the number of individuals captured/recaptured/crossing the boundary etc.) and chi-squared tests presented in the study. Calculations for Figure 3 are also included.
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Title Distances moved (n=20 species)
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Description File containing total distances (m) moved by forest and plantation individuals (individuals marked in forest and plantations, respectively) that were recaptured during the study. All species (n=20) that were recaptured in a different trap are included in the dataset. Column headings: UniqueIDF: Unique number given to every forest individual to study its movement. TotDistF: Total distance moved (m) by each forest individual that moved to a different trap. UniqueIDP: Unique number given to every plantation individual to study its movement. TotDistP: Total distance moved (m) by each plantation individual that moved to a different trap.
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Title Distances moved (n=12 species)
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Description File containing total distances (m) moved by forest and plantation individuals (individuals marked in forest and plantations, respectively) that were recaptured during the study. Only species that were recaptured in both habitats and moved to a different trap are included in the dataset (n=12 species). Column headings: UniqueIDF: Unique number given to every forest individual to study its movement. TotDistF: Total distance moved (m) by each forest individual that moved to a different trap. UniqueIDP: Unique number given to every plantation individual to study its movement. TotDistP: Total distance moved (m) by each plantation individual that moved to a different trap.
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Title R script for analysis of distances moved
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Description R script file containing code to calculate total distances moved by forest and plantation individuals and analyse differences in these distances using Mann-Whitney U tests.
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Title GLMM input variables
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Description Input variables used in Generalized Linear Mixed Models (GLMMs) that examine whether the proportion of individuals per species crossing the habitat boundary was influenced by species' traits, abundance and habitat of first capture. See ReadMe file for description of column headings.
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Title GLMM input variables with site identity
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Description Input variables used in Generalized Linear Mixed Models (GLMMs) that examine whether the proportion of individuals per species crossing the habitat boundary was influenced by species' traits, abundance and habitat of first capture. Site identity was included as a random effect in this analysis. See ReadMe file for description of column headings.
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Title R script for GLMM analysis
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Description R script file containing code to perform Generalized Linear Mixed Models (GLMMs) that examine the influence of species traits, abundance and habitat of first capture on boundary crossing. This also includes code for calculating logit probabilities and confidence intervals used in Figure 4, as well as the supplementary analysis whereby site identity was included as a random effect (Appendix S2 and Table S2).
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Title Forest habitat measurements
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Description Data from the 13 environmental characteristics measured in forest habitats in order to assess the similarity of sample sites. See ReadMe file for description of column headings.
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Title Plantation habitat measurements
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Description Data from the five environmental characteristics measured in plantation habitats in order to assess the similarity of sample sites. See ReadMe file for description of column headings.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Scriven SA, Beale CM, Benedick S, Hill JK (2017) Barriers to dispersal of rain forest butterflies in tropical agricultural landscapes. Biotropica 49(2): 206–216. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/btp.12397

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Scriven SA, Beale CM, Benedick S, Hill JK (2016) Data from: Barriers to dispersal of rain forest butterflies in tropical agricultural landscapes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2m19h
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