Data from: Personality-matching habitat choice, rather than behavioural plasticity, is a likely driver of a phenotype–environment covariance

Holtmann B, Santos ESA, Lara CE, Nakagawa S

Date Published: August 21, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t8t25

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Title Territories and assigned squares
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Description For each breeding season, individuals were assigned to a grid of 141 squares covering the whole study area.
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Title Visitor survey February 2014
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Description To quantify the levels of human disturbance in the study area, we counted the number of visitors in each of the 141 squares that covered our study area. In total, we conducted three surveys (February 2014, August 2014, February 2015), each over a period of 24 consecutive days.
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Title Visitor survey August 2014
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Description To quantify the levels of human disturbance in the study area, we counted the number of visitors in each of the 141 squares that covered our study area. In total, we conducted three surveys (February 2014, August 2014, February 2015), each over a period of 24 consecutive days.
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Title Visitor survey February 2015
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Description To quantify the levels of human disturbance in the study area, we counted the number of visitors in each of the 141 squares that covered our study area. In total, we conducted three surveys (February 2014, August 2014, February 2015), each over a period of 24 consecutive days.
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Title Flight-initiation-distance, age, and sampling interval data
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Description Flight-initiation distance measurements, age, and sampling interval of 99 individuals used in 'Personality-matching habitat choice, rather than behavioural plasticity, is a likely driver of a phenotype-environment covariance'.
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Holtmann B, Santos ESA, Lara CE, Nakagawa S (2017) Personality-matching habitat choice, rather than behavioural plasticity, is a likely driver of a phenotype–environment covariance. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284(1864): 20170943. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.0943

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Holtmann B, Santos ESA, Lara CE, Nakagawa S (2017) Data from: Personality-matching habitat choice, rather than behavioural plasticity, is a likely driver of a phenotype–environment covariance. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t8t25
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