Data from: Does the niche-breadth or trade-off hypothesis explain the abundance-occupancy relationship in avian haemosporidia?

Drovetski SV, Aghayan SA, Mata VA, Lopes RJ, Mode NA, Harvey JA, Voelker G

Date Published: March 20, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r8bj6

 

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Title Tested birds
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Description Birds were sampled in the wild in four biogeographic regions (Region): NWA - Northwest Africa, NWI - Northwest Iberia, TRC - Transcaucasia, WGC - Western Greater Caucasus. Bird ID is the unique identifier for each bird sampled. Repeated bird IDs indicate multiple infections in the same bird. Date is when the sample was taken in the field. Parasite lineage is a unique identifier and 'none' indicates that no haemosporidian parasite lineages were found. Please see the original article for details of methods.
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Title Haemosporidian lineages FASTA
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Description The data file is a FASTA alignment of unique haemosporidian lineages identified in the bird samples. The name of each lineage corresponds to the parasite lineage identifier used in the manuscript and associated files. Lineages are identified to genus when species identification was not possible.
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Drovetski SV, Aghayan SA, Mata VA, Lopes RJ, Mode NA, Harvey JA, Voelker G (2014) Does the niche-breadth or trade-off hypothesis explain the abundance-occupancy relationship in avian haemosporidia? Molecular Ecology 23(13): 3322–3329. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.12744

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Drovetski SV, Aghayan SA, Mata VA, Lopes RJ, Mode NA, Harvey JA, Voelker G (2014) Data from: Does the niche-breadth or trade-off hypothesis explain the abundance-occupancy relationship in avian haemosporidia? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r8bj6
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