Data from: Potential limitations of behavioral plasticity and the role of egg relocation in climate change mitigation for a thermally-sensitive endangered species

Michael J. Liles, Tarla Rai Peterson, Jeffrey A. Seminoff, Alexander R. Gaos, Eduardo Altamirano, Ana V. Henríquez, Velkiss Gadea, Sofía Chavarría, José Urteaga, Bryan P. Wallace & Markus J. Peterson
Anthropogenic climate change is widely considered a major threat to global biodiversity, such that the ability of a species to adapt will determine its likelihood of survival. Egg-burying reptiles that exhibit temperature-dependent sex determination, such as critically endangered hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata), are particularly vulnerable to changes in thermal regimes because nest temperatures affect offspring sex, fitness, and survival. It is unclear whether hawksbills possess sufficient behavioral plasticity of nesting traits (i.e., redistribution of nesting...
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