Data from: Visual ecology of true lemurs suggests a cathemeral origin for the primate cone opsin polymorphism

Valenta K, Edwards M, Rafaliarison RR, Johnson SE, Holmes SM, Brown KA, Dominy NJ, Lehman SM, Parra EJ, Melin AD

Date Published: September 24, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.57vt3

 

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Title Chromatic and luminance distances between fruits and leaves
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Description Blue-yellow chromatic, Red-green chromatic, and luminance distances between fruits and leaves for each plant species in the analysis.
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Title Chromatic and luminance values of ripe fruits
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Valenta K, Edwards M, Rafaliarison RR, Johnson SE, Holmes SM, Brown KA, Dominy NJ, Lehman SM, Parra EJ, Melin AD (2016) Visual ecology of true lemurs suggests a cathemeral origin for the primate cone opsin polymorphism. Functional Ecology 30(6): 932–942. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12575

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Valenta K, Edwards M, Rafaliarison RR, Johnson SE, Holmes SM, Brown KA, Dominy NJ, Lehman SM, Parra EJ, Melin AD (2015) Data from: Visual ecology of true lemurs suggests a cathemeral origin for the primate cone opsin polymorphism. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.57vt3
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