Data from: Limited indirect fitness benefits of male group membership in a lekking species

Lebigre C, Alatalo RV, Soulsbury CD, Höglund J, Siitari H

Date Published: September 24, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5d81k

 

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Description These data are for the paper: "Limited indirect fitness benefits of male group membership in a lekking species." by Christophe Lebigre et al. Molecular Ecology (2014) The data come from a large scale study of a Finnish black grouse population, and are sufficient to replicate the analyses presented in the article. If you are interested in running analyses using this dataset or the full dataset, then please do get in touch with Christophe Lebigre (christophe-dot-lebigre-at-uclouvain-dot-be) or Carl Soulsbury (csoulsbury-at-lincoln-dot-ac-dot-uk). Entries are: NewcomerID: running number for the 104 newcomers Study site code: running number for each of the study sites year: Study year ID_other: running number for the other lekking males Top_male: whether the other lekking male was a top male (1) or not (0) Father: whether the other lekking male was the father of the newcomer (1) or not (0) FullSib: whether the other lekking male was a fullsibling of the newcomer (1) or not (0) HalfSib: whether the other lekking male is a halfsibling of the newcomer (1) or not (0) Cops: mating success of the other male Kinship: k value of the dyad newcomer-other lekking male Relatedness: RQG value of the dyad newcomer-other lekking male Tot_cops: total number of copulations observed on the study site in a specific year
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Description These data are for the paper: "Limited indirect fitness benefits of male group membership in a lekking species." by Christophe Lebigre et al. Molecular Ecology (2014) The data come from a large scale study of a Finnish black grouse population, and are sufficient to replicate the analyses presented in the article. If you are interested in running analyses using this dataset or the full dataset, then please do get in touch with Christophe Lebigre (christophe-dot-lebigre-at-uclouvain-dot-be) or Carl Soulsbury (csoulsbury-at-lincoln-dot-ac-dot-uk). Entries are: Focal_newcomer: whether the individual is a newcomer (1) or not (2) ID: individual ID (running number) Subsequent entries: alleles for the genotyped loci (BG16,BG18,BG15,BG19,BG6,TTT1,TTD2,TTD3,TUD6,TUT3,TUT4).
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Description These data are for the paper: "Limited indirect fitness benefits of male group membership in a lekking species." by Christophe Lebigre et al. Molecular Ecology (2014) The data come from a large scale study of a Finnish black grouse population, and are sufficient to replicate the analyses presented in the article. If you are interested in running analyses using this dataset or the full dataset, then please do get in touch with Christophe Lebigre (christophe-dot-lebigre-at-uclouvain-dot-be) or Carl Soulsbury (csoulsbury-at-lincoln-dot-ac-dot-uk). Entries are: Site: study site code Year: study year tot_cops: total number of observed copulations lek_size: lek size
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Lebigre C, Alatalo RV, Soulsbury CD, Höglund J, Siitari H (2014) Limited indirect fitness benefits of male group membership in a lekking species. Molecular Ecology 23(21): 5356-5365. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12941

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Lebigre C, Alatalo RV, Soulsbury CD, Höglund J, Siitari H (2014) Data from: Limited indirect fitness benefits of male group membership in a lekking species. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5d81k
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