Data from: Repertoire-based individual acoustic monitoring of a migratory passerine bird with complex song as an efficient tool for tracking territorial dynamics and annual return rates

Petrusková T, Pišvejcová I, Kinštová A, Brinke T, Petrusek A

Date Published: October 14, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.th40d

 

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Title recording and male repertoires, coded songs
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Description The file in MS Excel format containing three sheets: 1: male repertoires: each line represent a single Tree Pipit males from the studied locality; for each of them, the following information is provided: the total number of song recordings available, the number of syllables and bi-syllables detected in the male's repertoire, and presence/absence of each syllable and bi-syllable type. 2: recording repertoires: each line represent a single recording of Tree Pipit songs; for each of them, the following information is provided: male identity (as in the first sheet), code of the recording, year and date of recording, number of songs within a recording, availability of observation data on colour rings, the number of syllables and bi-syllables detected within the recording, and presence/absence of each syllable and bi-syllable type. 3: coded songs: each line represent a single Tree Pipit song for which the syllable sequence was noted; for each of them, the following information is provided: male identity (as in the first and second sheets), code of the recording (as in the second sheet), and sequence of syllables within the song. Each syllable is coded by letter that may be followed by number; numbers immediately preceding letters denote the number of syllable repetitions; bi-syllables are enclosed in parentheses; numbers before parentheses denote bi-syllable repetitions.
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Title Tree Pipit syllable catalogue (Brdy)
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Description The file contains spectrograms of all syllable types differentiated in songs of the studied Tree Pipit population. Characteristics by which different syllable types differ from each other are highlighted by arrows.
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Title Tree Pipit male ID - test package
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Description A package containing all files necessary to replicate the blind test of assignment of Tree Pipit recordings to individual males by inexperienced observers. Participants are provided by a file with instructions, a syllable catalogue, spectrograms of 30 recordings included in the test, and test recordings in a WAV format. (All these materials are provided in a single ZIP file that can be distributed to the participants.) Note that the correct solution of the test is provided separately.
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Title Tree Pipit male ID - test solution
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Description The solution of the blind test of assignment of Tree Pipit recordings to individual males by inexperienced observers. The grouping of the 30 recordings included in the test, and key identification features of the respective males, are provided.
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Petrusková T, Pišvejcová I, Kinštová A, Brinke T, Petrusek A (2016) Repertoire-based individual acoustic monitoring of a migratory passerine bird with complex song as an efficient tool for tracking territorial dynamics and annual return rates. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7(3): 274–284. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.12496

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Petrusková T, Pišvejcová I, Kinštová A, Brinke T, Petrusek A (2015) Data from: Repertoire-based individual acoustic monitoring of a migratory passerine bird with complex song as an efficient tool for tracking territorial dynamics and annual return rates. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.th40d
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