Data from: Radiating despite a lack of character: ecological divergence among closely related, morphologically similar honeyeaters (Aves: Meliphagidae) co-occurring in arid Australian environments

Miller ET, Wagner SK, Harmon LJ, Ricklefs RE

Date Published: September 23, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r82jg

 

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Title Meliphagidae ecology
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Description Field measurements of Australian Meliphagidae foraging behavior. Contains species-averaged measurements for 74 of 75 species that occur in Australia. Conopophila whitei is not included here. FD is an abbreviation for foliage density. Third refers to distance from trunk, where larger values refer to larger distances from trunk.
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Title Meliphagidae morphology
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Description Museum-collected measures of Meliphagidae morphology. Contains measurements for 74 of 75 Australian species. Dataset does not included Eungella Honeyeater (Bolemoreus hindwoodi).
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Miller ET, Wagner SK, Harmon LJ, Ricklefs RE (2016) Radiating despite a lack of character: ecological divergence among closely related, morphologically similar honeyeaters (Aves: Meliphagidae) co-occurring in arid Australian environments. The American Naturalist 189(2): 14-30. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/690008

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Miller ET, Wagner SK, Harmon LJ, Ricklefs RE (2016) Data from: Radiating despite a lack of character: ecological divergence among closely related, morphologically similar honeyeaters (Aves: Meliphagidae) co-occurring in arid Australian environments. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r82jg
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