Data from: Thermoregulatory behavior limits local adaptation of thermal niches and confers sensitivity to climate change

Buckley LB, Ehrenberger JC, Angilletta Jr. MJ

Date Published: January 29, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.64716

 

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Title SceloporusThermalData
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Description Thermal data for lizards from the Sceloporus undulatus species complex. Data collection was led by Joseph Ehrenberger in the laboratory at Indiana State University as described in the manuscript. Columns are as follows: state corresponding to collection site, ID for data collection, sex (M: male, F: female, J:juvenile of unknown sex), snout vent length (mm), total length (mm), critical thermal maximum (C), critical thermal minima (C), morning preferred body temperature (C), and afternoon preferred body temperature (C).
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Buckley LB, Ehrenberger JC, Angilletta Jr MJ (2015) Thermoregulatory behavior limits local adaptation of thermal niches and confers sensitivity to climate change. Functional Ecology 29(8): 1038-1047. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12406

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Buckley LB, Ehrenberger JC, Angilletta Jr. MJ (2015) Data from: Thermoregulatory behavior limits local adaptation of thermal niches and confers sensitivity to climate change. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.64716
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