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Dataset for: Disentangling the effects of ecology and life history on ectothermic temperature-size responses

Dataset for: Disentangling the effects of ecology and life history on ectothermic temperature-size responses
Dataset for: Disentangling the effects of ecology and life history on ectothermic temperature-size responses
Data used for analyses in the PhD thesis titled 'Disentangling the effects of ecology and life history on ectothermic temperature-size responses'. Species from two ectothermic taxa (Gastropoda and Lepidoptera) were included in analyses. Size measurements were taken from a combination of museum specimens and field studies, and temperature data was obtained from UK MET office.
body size, temperature, Gastropoda, Lepidoptera, ectotherm, ecology
University of Southampton
Wilson, Rebecca Jayne
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Price, Ben
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Maclean, Moira
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van der Walt, Stefan
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Feng, Dennis
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Price, Ben
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Maclean, Moira
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van der Walt, Stefan
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Wilson, Rebecca Jayne (2021) Dataset for: Disentangling the effects of ecology and life history on ectothermic temperature-size responses. University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/D1799 [Dataset]

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Abstract

Data used for analyses in the PhD thesis titled 'Disentangling the effects of ecology and life history on ectothermic temperature-size responses'. Species from two ectothermic taxa (Gastropoda and Lepidoptera) were included in analyses. Size measurements were taken from a combination of museum specimens and field studies, and temperature data was obtained from UK MET office.

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Published date: 2021
Keywords: body size, temperature, Gastropoda, Lepidoptera, ectotherm, ecology

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Local EPrints ID: 449821
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/449821
PURE UUID: 0253b05d-6e27-4215-bdf2-61b59c67c1db
ORCID for Rebecca Jayne Wilson: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-5705-6078
ORCID for Moira Maclean: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0821-5781

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Date deposited: 18 Jun 2021 16:31
Last modified: 19 Jun 2021 01:42

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Contributors

Creator: Rebecca Jayne Wilson ORCID iD
Research team head: Phillip Fenberg
Research team head: Stephen Brooks
Contributor: Ben Price
Contributor: Moira Maclean ORCID iD
Contributor: Stefan van der Walt
Contributor: Dennis Feng

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