Data from: The challenges of recognising individuals with few distinguishing features: identifying red foxes Vulpes vulpes from camera-trap photos

Dorning J

Date Published: May 14, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.js76054

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Description Explanation of field names in image_list.csv
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Title image_list
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Description Table of all fox images and their associated fox IDs, for one patch surveyed in summer 2013, autumn 2013, winter 2013-14 and spring 2014. Field descriptions are in image_list_field_descriptions.csv.
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Title survey_1_summer_2013 image files
Description Camera trap photos of foxes taken in one garden ('patch') during a 40-day camera trap survey in summer 2013. Photos were taken using a Scoutguard SG565F-8M motion-sensing camera trap.
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Title survey_5_autumn_2013 image files
Description Camera trap photos of foxes taken in one garden ('patch') during a 40-day camera trap survey in autumn 2013. Photos were taken using a Scoutguard SG565F-8M motion-sensing camera trap.
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Title survey_10_winter_2013 image files
Description Camera trap photos of foxes taken in one garden ('patch') during a 40-day camera trap survey in winter 2013-14. Photos were taken using a Scoutguard SG565F-8M motion-sensing camera trap.
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Title survey_17_spring_2014 image files
Description Camera trap photos of foxes taken in one garden ('patch') during a 40-day camera trap survey in spring 2014. Photos were taken using a Scoutguard SG565F-8M motion-sensing camera trap.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Dorning J, Harris S (2019) The challenges of recognising individuals with few distinguishing features: identifying red foxes Vulpes vulpes from camera-trap photos. PLOS ONE 14(5): e0216531. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0216531

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Dorning J (2019) Data from: The challenges of recognising individuals with few distinguishing features: identifying red foxes Vulpes vulpes from camera-trap photos. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.js76054
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