Data from: Color change for thermoregulation versus camouflage in free-ranging lizards

Smith KR, Cadena V, Endler JA, Kearney MR, Porter WP, Stuart-Fox D

Date Published: July 15, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dg27h

 

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Title Field data_Smith et al. 2016
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Description This file contains data obtained from thermal images and linearised and equalised photographs of lizards (combined dorsal regions) and immediate backgrounds taken in the wild. Luminance and chroma were calculated from RGB values as described in the paper.
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Title Laboratory data_Smith et al. 2016
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Description This file shows average UV-Vis, NIR reflectance spectra, and calculated Standarised Differences measured for both dorsal and ventral body regions of lizards for the laboratory experiments.
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Smith KR, Cadena V, Endler JA, Kearney MR, Porter WP, Stuart-Fox D (2016) Color change for thermoregulation versus camouflage in free-ranging lizards. The American Naturalist 188(6): 668-678. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/688765

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Smith KR, Cadena V, Endler JA, Kearney MR, Porter WP, Stuart-Fox D (2016) Data from: Color change for thermoregulation versus camouflage in free-ranging lizards. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dg27h
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