Data from: Digestive capacity and toxicity cause mixed diets in red knots that maximize energy intake rate

 

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Title data experiment 1
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Description Intake rates of captive red knots (Calidris canutus canutus) were measured, feeding for 6 hours on monospecific diets of either Loripes lucinalis or Dosinia Isocardia. Shown are ash-free dry flesh intake rate in mg/s (AFDMIR), dry shell mass intake in mg/s (DMIR) and water intake in ml/hour (WaterIR). Further details can be found in Oudman et al. (2014, American Naturalist).
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Title data experiment 2
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Description Diet choice of captive red knots (Calidris canutus canutus) were determined after being fed a diet of either Loripes lucinalis or Dosinia isocardia, by offering both species simultaneously in seperate piles on a tray. Trials ended after 20 prey choices, or after one hour (1 case, 13 ingestions). Species of each prey ingestion was recorded. Further details can be found in Oudman et al. (2014, American Naturalist)
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Oudman T, Onrust J, de Fouw J, Spaans B, Piersma T, van Gils JA (2014) Digestive capacity and toxicity cause mixed diets in red knots that maximize energy intake rate. The American Naturalist 183(5): 650-659. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/675759

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Oudman T, Onrust J, de Fouw J, Spaans B, Piersma T, van Gils JA (2014) Data from: Digestive capacity and toxicity cause mixed diets in red knots that maximize energy intake rate. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5fp4g
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