Survival data of five artificial morphs with different transparency characteritics

Mónica Arias, Lucie Leroy, Clément Madec, Louane Matos, Cynthia Tedore, Marianne Elias & Doris Gomez
Fieldwork data of artificial prey survival of five different morphs with differences in their transparent element characteristics: O (opaque, 0 transparency), SW (small transparent windows), LW (large transparent windows), BE (large windows touching one prey edge) and B3E (large windows touching 3 prey edges). The experiment was performed in in two forests in southern France with evergreen and white oaks as predominant tree vegetation: La Rouvière forest (43.65°N, 3.64°E) and a large natural wooded area...
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