Data for: Behavioral variation post-invasion: resemblance in some but, not all, behavioral patterns among invasive and native praying mantids

Published: 29 Aug 2018 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/47drtf5nwg.1
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Description of this data

Behavioral measurements of two sympatric species of mantids from a population in northern California.

Columns include individual ID, species, sex, maximum mass, starting mass, trial number, assigned prey size, latency to move, time to leave circle, time to shelter, straight to shelter (binomial), number of prey eaten, latency to approach, and latency to strike.

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This data is associated with the following publication:

Behavioral variation post-invasion: Resemblance in some, but not all, behavioral patterns among invasive and native praying mantids

Published in: Behavioural Processes

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    Published: 2018-08-29

    DOI: 10.17632/47drtf5nwg.1

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    Jones, Cameron; DiRienzo, Nicholas (2018), “Data for: Behavioral variation post-invasion: resemblance in some but, not all, behavioral patterns among invasive and native praying mantids”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/47drtf5nwg.1

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Behavioral Ecology, Animal Personality

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