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Data for Braschler et al. Sub-critical limits are viable alternatives to critical thermal limits

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posted on 22.09.2021, 04:11 authored by Brigitte Braschler, Steven ChownSteven Chown, Grant DuffyGrant Duffy
Supplementary data for: Braschler et al. (in press) Sub-critical limits are viable alternatives to critical thermal limits.
Journal of Thermal Biology, doi:10.1016/j.jtherbio.2021.103106

Braschler_etal_2021_thermaltol.csv
Individual collection and thermal tolerance data with columns:
species = species of measured individual
site = site code indicating where each individual was collected from (for full details see Braschler et al. 2020, J Animal Ecology 89, doi:10.1111/1365-2656.13358)
season_collected = season in which individuals were collected from sites
type = type of measurement; either max or min, for upper and lower thermal traits, respectively
stT = temperature at which onset of stereotypic behaviour occurred (°C)
mvT = temperature where normal movement ceased (°C)
CT = critical thermal limit

Braschler_etal_2021_thermaltol_maxPhylo.nex
Nexus format phylogenetic tree for species included in analyses of upper thermal limits

Braschler_etal_2021_thermaltol_minPhylo.nex
Nexus format phylogenetic tree for species included in analyses of lower thermal limits

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Aliens in the alps: predicting invasions and protecting native species

Australian Research Council

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National Research Foundation of South Africa to the DSI-NRF Centre of Excellence for Invasion Biology (CIB; NRF grant number 41313)

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