Data from: An adaptable but threatened big cat: density, diet and prey selection of the Indochinese leopard (Panthera pardus delacouri) in eastern Cambodia

Rostro-García S, Kamler JF, Crouthers R, Sopheak K, Prum S, In V, Pin C, Caragiulo A, Macdonald DW

Date Published: January 8, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4g87s

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Title README
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Description File describing the datasets accompanying the above publication
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Title Leopard Diet
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Description File containing the raw data used to determine the diet of leopard in Srepok Wildlife Sanctuary, Cambodia. Only confirmed leopard scats were used for the analysis and are shown here.
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Title Individual Leopard Genotype
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Description File containing the genotype data from each individual leopard
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Title Line Transects
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Description File containing the data collected for banteng, wild pig, and muntjac in 2014
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Title Camera Trap
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Description Dates camera trap stations were set, checked, and collected
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Title Ungulates Density
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Description File containing the density, estimated using Distance 6.2, of banteng, wild pig, and muntjac in the inner core zone (450 km2) of Srepok Wildlife Sanctuary during 2014
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Title Ungulates Detection Functions
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Description File containing the Detection Functions produced in Distance 6.2 for banteng (A), wild pig (B), and muntjac (C) for line-transect data collected during 2014 in the Eastern Plains Landscape, Cambodia
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Rostro-García S, Kamler JF, Crouthers R, Sopheak K, Prum S, In V, Pin C, Caragiulo A, Macdonald DW (2018) An adaptable but threatened big cat: density, diet and prey selection of the Indochinese leopard ( Panthera pardus delacouri ) in eastern Cambodia. Royal Society Open Science 5(2): 171187. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.171187

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Rostro-García S, Kamler JF, Crouthers R, Sopheak K, Prum S, In V, Pin C, Caragiulo A, Macdonald DW (2018) Data from: An adaptable but threatened big cat: density, diet and prey selection of the Indochinese leopard (Panthera pardus delacouri) in eastern Cambodia. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4g87s
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