Data from: Corticosterone: a costly mediator of signal honesty in sand lizards

Lindsay WR, Wapstra E, Silverin B, Olsson M

Date Published: October 10, 2016

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.67136

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Title Long-term observational data
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Description Observational data on sand lizard badge size, body mass and snout vent length, and number of ectoparasites.
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Title Early-season badge size
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Description Measurements of sand lizard badge size, body morphology, corticosterone, and ectoparasites taken early in the season near the time of badge formation.
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Title Late-season data
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Description Late-season data used in analyses of end of season variation in ectoparasites, endoparasites, male mobility, badge size, and CORT.
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Lindsay WR, Wapstra E, Silverin B, Olsson M (2016) Corticosterone: a costly mediator of signal honesty in sand lizards. Ecology and Evolution 6(20): 7451-7461. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2318

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Lindsay WR, Wapstra E, Silverin B, Olsson M (2016) Data from: Corticosterone: a costly mediator of signal honesty in sand lizards. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.67136
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