Data from: Behavioral and morphological traits interact to promote the evolution of alternative reproductive tactics in a lizard

 

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Title DATA1_n=49.csv
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Description Data for all primary analyses using n = 49 males. Includes standardized variables labeled as '...cen', along with rank transformed variables '...Ran'. Relative reproductive success (relRS) Also includes raw variables and body condition estimates for each male. HRA = home range area, SVL = snout-vent length. Move/pro.move = proportion of time moving; days.active/Totday = total days active.
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Title DATA2_n=56
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Description Data for all secondary analyses using n = 56 males. Note that some home range re-sightings are below 8 and are considered to possibly underestimate home range area. Includes standardized variables labeled as '...cen', along with rank transformed variables '...Ran'. Relative reproductive success (relRS) Also includes raw variables and body condition estimates for each male. HRA = home range area, SVL = snout-vent length. Move/pro.move = proportion of time moving; days.active/Totday = total days active.
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Title FULLHRADATA
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Description Data for analyses involving all individuals with complete home range data n = 66 males. Note that this does not include data on movement rates, which may be important. The analysis was simply used to test whether estimates were over-inflated as a result of the reduced sample size where we had accurate and complete data (i.e. n = 49). Includes standardized variables labeled as '...cen'. Relative reproductive success (relRS) Also includes raw variables and body condition estimates for each male. HRA = home range area, SVL = snout-vent length. Move/pro.move = proportion of time moving; days.active/Totday = total days active.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Noble DWA, Wechmann K, Keogh JS, Whiting MJ (2013) Behavioral and morphological traits interact to promote the evolution of alternative reproductive tactics in a lizard. The American Naturalist 182(6): 726-742. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/673535

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Wechmann K, Noble DWA, Keogh JS, Whiting MJ (2013) Data from: Behavioral and morphological traits interact to promote the evolution of alternative reproductive tactics in a lizard. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.jn0b9
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