Research data supporting "Social information use about novel aposematic prey is not influenced by a predator’s previous experience with toxins"
Rowland, Hannah M
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Hamalainen, L., Mappes, J., Rowland, H. M., & Thorogood, R. (2019). Research data supporting "Social information use about novel aposematic prey is not influenced by a predator’s previous experience with toxins" [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.40827
This data is from the experiment investigating social avoidance learning in wild-caught great tits, conducted at Konnevesi Research Station in Central Finland during winter 2017. Sheet 1 (“main data”) contains data from the main avoidance learning experiment, including individual attributes (sex, age, weight etc.), experimental treatments and individuals’ foraging choices in the learning trials. Sheet 2 (“preference test”) contains data from the initial preference test of the symbols that were used in the experiment, and Sheet 3 (“visibility test”) data from the initial visibility test of the same symbols.
This data files can be opened using Microsoft Excel.
aposematism, great tits, mimicry, predator-prey interactions, social learning, toxin load
Natural Environment Research Council (NE/K00929X/1)
This record's DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.40827