Data from: Dietary overlap and seasonality in three species of mormoopid bats from a tropical dry forest

Valeria B. Salinas-Ramos, Luis Gerardo Herrera Montalvo, Virginia León-Regagnon, Aitor Arrizabalaga-Escudero & Elizabeth L. Clare
Competing hypotheses explaining species’ use of resources have been advanced. Resource limitations in habitat and/or food are factors that affect assemblages of species. These limitations could drive the evolution of morphological and/or behavioural specialization, permitting the coexistence of closely related species through resource partitioning and niche differentiation. Alternatively, when resources are unlimited, fluctuations in resources availability will cause concomitant shifts in resource use regardless of species identity. Here, we used next-generation sequencing to test these...
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