Data for: Age, sex, and climate factors show different effects on survival of three different bat species in a woodland bat community

Published: 28 December 2017| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xf4d9vmkvb.1
Contributors:
Antica Culina,
David Macdonald,
Danielle Linton

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Description of the Capture hisotries for 3 species of bats: Myotis daubentonii, M. nattereri, and Plecotus auritus These datasets have been implemented in the program E-SURGE (Choquet et al. 2009) Capture histories were consturcted using data on captures of roosing bats, between April and October of 2007 to 2014. Time-span:2007-2014 Location: Wytham Woods (51o 77’ N, 1o 33’ W) Data Creator: Antica Culina, a.culina@yahoo.com; ORCID: 0000-0003-2910-8085 Species: Myotis daubentonii, M. nattereri, and Plecotus auritus Related publication: Age, sex, and climate factors show different effects on survival of three different bat species in a woodland bat community (Antica Culina, Danielle M. Linton, and David W. Macdonald) H: = a caputre hisotry for each bat in 8 subsequent years, 0 means the bat was not captured in relevant spring, and 1 that is was S: = number of times the capture history appears in the dataset $COV:Sex = sex of the individual (F=female; M=male) $COV:Age = age of the individual at the time of the first capture (a = juvenile; b= adult) $COV:social = a social group a bat belogns to

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Ecology, Zoology, Animal Ecology

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