Data from: The effect of kleptoparasite and host numbers on the risk of food-stealing in an avian assemblage

Wood KA, Stillman RA, Goss-Custard JD

Date Published: April 16, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t6b85

 

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Title Data from: The effect of kleptoparasite and host numbers on the risk of food-stealing in an avian assemblage
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Description A .csv file containing two spreadsheets. The first ("kleptoparasite pressure") presents the binary outcome of oystercatcher foraging attempts in column M, along with 12 different measures of kleptoparasite pressure. The second sheet ("factors affect kleptoparasitism") presents the binary outcome of oystercatcher foraging attempts in column A, along with the following data associated with each individual-level observation: month, mussel bed, percentage of the tidal cycle elapsed, and the number of kleptoparasites per host. Further details on the collection of these data are given in the associated published paper in Journal of Avian Biology by Wood et al.
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Wood KA, Stillman RA, Goss-Custard JD (2015) The effect of kleptoparasite and host numbers on the risk of food-stealing in an avian assemblage. Journal of Avian Biology 46(6): 589-596. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jav.00705

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Wood KA, Stillman RA, Goss-Custard JD (2015) Data from: The effect of kleptoparasite and host numbers on the risk of food-stealing in an avian assemblage. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t6b85
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