Ecological and Functional Traits in 99 Bird Species over a Large-Scale Gradient in Germany
AbstractA gap still exists in published data on variation of morphological and ecological traits for common bird species over a large area. To diminish this knowledge gap, we report here average values of 99 bird species from three sites in Germany from the Biodiversity Exploratories on 24 ecological and functional traits. We present our own data on morphological and ecological traits of 28 common bird species and provide additional measurements for further species from published studies. This is a unique data set from live birds, which has not been published and is available neither from museum nor from any other collection in the presented coverage. Dataset: available as the supplementary file. Dataset license: CC-BY View Full-Text
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Renner, S.C.; Hoesel, W. Ecological and Functional Traits in 99 Bird Species over a Large-Scale Gradient in Germany. Data 2017, 2, 12.
Renner SC, Hoesel W. Ecological and Functional Traits in 99 Bird Species over a Large-Scale Gradient in Germany. Data. 2017; 2(2):12.Chicago/Turabian Style
Renner, Swen C.; Hoesel, Willem van. 2017. "Ecological and Functional Traits in 99 Bird Species over a Large-Scale Gradient in Germany." Data 2, no. 2: 12.
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