Data from: The Bogert effect revisited: salamander regulatory behaviors are differently constrained by time and space

Vincent R. Farallo, Rebecca Wier & Donald B. Miles
The use of behavior to buffer extreme environmental variation is expected to enable species to a) extend the breadth of environments they inhabit beyond that predicted from climatic data, and b) diminish the negative effects of broad-scale and chronic disturbances such as climate change. The term Bogert effect refers to behavioral compensation entailing microhabitat selection to maintain performance across a gradient of environmental conditions resulting in evolutionary inertia of physiological traits. Here we compare microhabitats...
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