Data from: Evolutionary design of a flexible, seasonally migratory, avian phenotype: Why trade gizzard mass against pectoral muscle mass?
Mathot, K. J. (Creator), Kok, E. (Creator), Burant, J. B. (Creator), Dekinga, A. (Creator), Manche, P. (Creator), Saintonge, D. (Creator), Piersma, T. (Creator), University of Groningen, 30-Apr-2019
- NIOZ, Dept Coastal Systems
Data file with all measurements of knot body body mass, pectoral muscle mass and gizzard mass.
Sample size for the analyses presented here are: n = 584 observations, n = 88 individuals.
|Date made available||30-Apr-2019|
|Publisher||University of Groningen|
|Temporal coverage||Aug-2015 - Oct-2015|
|Date of data production||Aug-2015 - Oct-2015|
|Geographical coverage||mudflats of Richel (53°16′ N, 05°23′ E), Griend (53°14′ N, 05°15′ E) and Schiermonikoog (53°28′ N, 06°10′ E) in the Wadden Sea, The Netherlands|
|Access to the dataset||Open|
- Ecology, Calidris canutus islandica, Trade-offs, body-remodelling, flexible phenotype, evolved mechanisms, trait covariance, Red knots, body mass, pectoral muscle mass, gizzard mass
Keywords on Datasets
Evolutionary design of a flexible, seasonally migratory, avian phenotype: Why trade gizzard mass against pectoral muscle mass?Mathot, K. J., Kok, E. M. A., Burant, J. B., Dekinga, A., Manche, P., Saintonge, D. & Piersma, T., 22-May-2019, In : Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 286, 1903, 9 p., 20190518.
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