Data from: Foraging strategies of generalist and specialist Old World nectar bats in response to temporally variable floral resources

Stewart AB, Dudash MR

Date Published: August 24, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6bg67

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Title Pollen carried by nectar bats
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Description This file contains data about species and number of pollen grains carried by flower-visiting bat species in southern Thailand. DATE: date that bat was caught and pollen collected; LOCATION: the park at which the bat was caught (KBT- Khao Banthat Wildlife Sanctuary, KPKY- Khao Pu Khao Ya National Park, TB- Thale Ban National Park, TNC- Ton Nga Chang Wildlife Sanctuary); TIME: time that the bat was caught and pollen collected; ID2: unique identifier given to each bat; DIET: whether the bat is strictly nectarivorous ("nectar") or also consumes fruit ("fruit"); GENUS: genus of the bat individual; SPECIES: species of the bat individual; SEX: sex of the bat individual; REPRO: reproductive status of the bat individual; MASS: mass of the bat (g); FA: forearm length of the bat (cm); aCeiba: number of Ceiba pentandra pollen grains collected from the bat; aDurio: number of Durio zibethinus pollen grains collected from the bat; aMusa: number of Musa acuminata pollen grains collected from the bat; aOroxylum: number of Oroxylum indicum pollen grains collected from the bat; aParkia: number of Parkia pollen grains collected from the bat; aSonneratia: number of Sonneratia pollen grains collected from the bat;
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Title Flowering phenology of bat-pollinated plants in Thailand
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Description This file contains phenological data of common bat-pollinated plant species in southern Thailand. DATE: date the data was collected; PARK: location where the data was collected (KBT- Khao Banthat Wildlife Sanctuary, KPKY- Khao Pu Khao Ya National Park, TB- Thale Ban National Park, TNC- Ton Nga Chang Wildlife Sanctuary); SPECIES: plant species (C.pentandra- Ceiba pentandra, D.zibethinus- Durio zibethinus, M.acuminata- Musa acuminata, O.indicum- Oroxylum indicum, P.speciosa- Parkia speciosa, P.timoriana- Parkia timoriana, S.alba- Sonneratia alba, S.caseolaris- Sonneratia caseolaris, S.griffithi- Sonneratia griffithi, S.ovata- Sonneratia ovata); FL: number of trees with flowers, out of 10 randomly selected trees; FR: number of trees with fruits, out of the 10 randomly selected trees; B: number of trees with both fruits and flowers, out of the 10 randomly selected trees; N: number of trees with neither fruits nor flowers, out of the 10 randomly selected trees.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Stewart AB, Dudash MR (2017) Foraging strategies of generalist and specialist Old World nectar bats in response to temporally variable floral resources. Biotropica, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/btp.12492

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Stewart AB, Dudash MR (2017) Data from: Foraging strategies of generalist and specialist Old World nectar bats in response to temporally variable floral resources. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6bg67
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