Data from: Artificial light at night desynchronises strictly seasonal reproduction in a wild mammal

Kylie A. Robert, John A. Lesku, Jesko Partecke & Brian Chambers
Change in day length is an important cue for reproductive activation in seasonally breeding animals to ensure that the timing of greatest maternal investment (e.g. lactation in mammals) coincides with favourable environmental conditions (e.g. peak productivity). However, artificial light at night has the potential to interfere with the perception of such natural cues. Following a 5-year study on two populations of wild marsupial mammals exposed to different night-time levels of anthropogenic light, we show that...
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