Contributors:Laura White, Kathryn Taffs, Claudia Catterall, Sean Tomlinson
A probability distribution map of suitable habitat for the threatened grass Arthraxon hispidus in north coast New South Wales, Australia, developed using maximum entropy (MaxEnt) modelling.
Contributors:Aires Mbanze, Carina Vieira da Silva, natasha ribeiro, José Santos
Contributors:Martin Konvička, Alena Bartonova, Veronika Vodickova, Jan Kollross, Pavel Potocky, Pavel Vrba, Stanislav Grill
Excel file containing 12 separate sheets, presenting the following, left to right
Adult butterflies mark-release-recapture data, filtered by species x sites and prepared in 1/0 format for program MARK .
M. athalia, site H ( = Havraníky)
M. athalia, site M (= Mašovice)
M. aurelia, site M
M. britomartis, site M
M. didyma, site H
M. didyma, site M
M. cinxia, site H
M. cinxia, site M
Mobility data, filtered and processed. For each individual recaptured at least once, total flight distance (= TFD, distances summed across consecutive capture points), longest single move and mean flight distance (= TFD / number of captures) is presented, together with number of captures and number of hours elapsed between the first and last capture.
Wing wear data for all species, collated across both sites, but split into sexes. Independently of individual codes, these are wing wear values of each individual handled with date of capture, and consecutive capture day related of Day 1 of capture of that particular species/sex.
Adults habitat use, 20 m buffers. GIS-digitised points of each handling event for all five species, split into sexes, with geography coordinates and land uses / land covers descriptions of 20-m diameter buffers around each capture point. Format for the multivariate analyses program CANOCO .
Adults habitat use, 50 m buffers. As above, but larger buffers around each capture point.
Larval habitats of Melitaea aurelia and M. britomartis. 5-m diameter buffers around randomly set (n = 105) and pre-selected according to prior occurrence of ovipositing females (n = 40) points withing the localities.
Contributors:Ribeiro M.C., Santos E.M.D., Amaral Y.T., Barreto L.
Matadata of final mapping and landscape analysis of Lençóis Maranhenses National Park.
Contributors:Cooper A., Gordon D.R., Lieurance D., Young A.L., Flory S.L.
Appendix data table with answers to weed risk assessment questions for 47 species of bamboo accompanying the manuscript titled "Running bamboo species pose a greater risk of invasion than clumping bamboo species in the continental United States". We also include information on rhizome habit, score, conclusion, and number of questions answered.
Spaces were left blank when there was no information available to answer question, "unk" was entered if there was not enough data to answer or the guidelines indicate "unk" instead of blank space, and "?" when conflicting evidence provided (per published guidelines Gordon et al. 2010). Source codes are as follows: FL=weed risk assessments completed by The Nature Conservancy (available at http://hear.org), PIER=Pacific Island Ecosystems at Risk (available at http://hear.org), HEAR=Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk (available at http://hear.org), UF/IFAS Assessment (available at http://assessment.ifas.ufl.edu), HPWRA=Hawaii Pacific Weed Risk Assessment (available at https://sites.google.com/site/weedriskassessment/home).