Data from: Behavioral plasticity and the origins of novelty: the evolution of the rattlesnake rattle

Allf BC, Durst PAP, Pfennig DW

Date Published: May 31, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c36k6

 

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Title Duration of Tail Vibration Behavior in Different Snake Species
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Description This spreadsheet describes the average duration, in seconds, of tail vibration behavior in the snake species filmed for this project. The spreadsheet also lists each species' distance to the monophyletic rattlesnake node. Our research found that the more closely related a species was to rattlesnakes, the more similar the duration of its tail vibration was to rattlesnakes.
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Title Probability of Tail Vibration Behavior in Different Snake Species
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Description This spreadsheet describes the average probability of a snake species engaging in tail vibration behavior among the snakes filmed for this project. The spreadsheet also lists each species' distance to the monophyletic rattlesnake node. Our research did not find a significant relationship between degree of taxonomic relatedness to rattlesnakes and propensity to engage in tail vibration behavior.
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Title Rate of Tail Vibration Behavior in Different Snake Species
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Description This spreadsheet describes the average rate, in vibrations per second, of tail vibration behavior in the snake species filmed for this project. The spreadsheet also lists each species' distance to the monophyletic rattlesnake node. Our research found that the more closely related a species was to rattlesnakes, the more similar the rate of its tail vibration was to rattlesnakes.
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Allf BC, Durst PAP, Pfennig DW (2016) Behavioral plasticity and the origins of novelty: the evolution of the rattlesnake rattle. The American Naturalist 188(4) 475-483. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/688017

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Allf BC, Durst PAP, Pfennig DW (2016) Data from: Behavioral plasticity and the origins of novelty: the evolution of the rattlesnake rattle. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c36k6
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