Data from: Costs and benefits of group living in primates: an energetic perspective

Markham AC, Gesquiere LR

Date Published: July 6, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r00n0

 

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Description Total number of individuals, biomass (kg), and energetic demand (kg3/4) for 14 baboon social groups from 1990-2014 hydrological years (Nov-Oct). Analyses included only group-hydrological years in which the focal group was censused every calendar month during the hydrological year. Data provided by ABRP.
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Description Percent contribution by age-sex class to group’s total number of individuals, biomass (kg), and energetic demand (kg3/4) for 14 baboon social groups from 1990-2014 hydrological years (Nov-Oct). Analyses included only group-hydrological years in which the focal group was censused every calendar month during the hydrological year. Data provided by ABRP.
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Markham AC, Gesquiere LR (2017) Costs and benefits of group living in primates: an energetic perspective. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 372(1727): 20160239. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2016.0239

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