Data from: Spatiotemporal variation of host use in a brood parasite: the role of the environment

Baglione V, Bolopo D, Canestrari D, Martínez JG, Roldán M, Vila M, Soler M

Date Published: August 2, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4k2t3

 

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Title genetic database
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Description Genotypes of all great spotted cuckoos that have been sampled at the two study sites.
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Title parasitism rate
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Description Parasitism by great spotted cuckoo (0 = non parasitized nest; 1 = parasitized nest) on magpies (M) and crows (C), at the two studied populations (GR = Guadix, LE = Sobarriba). "Nest" idenitfy territory identity within this file.
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Title Number cuckoo eggs
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Description Number of cuckoo eggs in magpie and crow nests in the two studied populations. See previous file for further description.
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Title reproductive success
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Description Cuckoo reproductive success in crow and magpie nest. Cuckooo clutch = number of hatched cuckoo chicks; Cuckoo fledged = number of cuckoo chicks that survived untill fledging; Cuckoos dead = number of cuckoo chicks that died before fledging. See previous file for further description.
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Title Magpie nest distances
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Description Distance to the nearest neighbour nest ("Distance") in magpies, in the two studied populations. See previous file for further description.
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Baglione V, Bolopo D, Canestrari D, Martínez JG, Roldan M, Vila M, Soler M (2017) Spatiotemporal variation of host use in a brood parasite: the role of the environment. Behavioral Ecology 28(1): 49-58. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arw131

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Baglione V, Bolopo D, Canestrari D, Martínez JG, Roldán M, Vila M, Soler M (2016) Data from: Spatiotemporal variation of host use in a brood parasite: the role of the environment. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4k2t3
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