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Wind plays a major but not exclusive role in the prevalence of insect flight loss on remote islands

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posted on 07.12.2020, 10:45 by Rachel Leihy, Steven L. Chown
Insect and insectivore datasets for the Southern Ocean and Arctic island assemblages

Data for: Leihy RI, Chown SL. 2020 Wind plays a major but not exclusive role in the prevalence of insect flight loss on remote islands. Proc. R. Soc. B 20202121. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2020.2121


Contents

B1. Insect species occurrence lists for five well-surveyed Arctic island assemblages.

B2. Flight-capability of Southern Ocean and Arctic island insects.

B3. Bird and mammal species inventories and insectivorous status for Southern Ocean and Arctic island assemblages.

B4. Spider species richness for Southern Ocean and Arctic islands.

B5. Total number of indigenous insectivorous bird, mammal, insect and spider species per Southern Ocean and Arctic islands.

B6. Supplementary reference list

B7. Insect flight-environment data for Southern Ocean and Arctic Island

R code for flight-environment analysis

Funding

Sir James McNeill Foundation Postgraduate Research Scholarship

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