Data from: City life makes females fussy: sex differences in habitat use of temperate bats in urban areas

Lintott PR, Bunnefeld N, Fuentes-Montemayor E, Minderman J, Mayhew RJ, Olley L, Park KJ

Date Published: November 21, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5p5dd

 

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Title Bat abundance, vegetation, and landscape data for urban woodland in Central Scotland
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Description Data was collected in fragmented urban woodland within Central Scotland in 2011. Bat abundance data was collected using both mist nets and harp traps to quantify bat use within woodland patches. Vegetation data was collected within a week of the bat survey to ensure that appropriate vegetative conditions were recorded. Landscape data was calculated using ArcGIS 10 and Fragstats v4.0.
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Lintott PR, Bunnefeld N, Fuentes-Montemayor E, Minderman J, Mayhew RJ, Olley L, Park KJ (2014) City life makes females fussy: sex differences in habitat use of temperate bats in urban areas. Royal Society Open Science 1: 140200. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.140200

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Lintott PR, Bunnefeld N, Fuentes-Montemayor E, Minderman J, Mayhew RJ, Olley L, Park KJ (2014) Data from: City life makes females fussy: sex differences in habitat use of temperate bats in urban areas. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5p5dd
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