Data from: Impact of spatial variation of a crucial prey, the molecricket, on hoopoe territory occupancy and reproduction

Nicolas Guillod, Raphaël Arlettaz & Alain Jacot
Direct benefits accrued from securing a territory of sufficient quality are important determinants of individual fitness and population persistence. Food supply is one of the main factors of animal territory quality, with spatial and temporal variation in prey availability largely dictating reproductive output and thus population dynamics. In a Swiss hoopoe population, molecrickets Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa, the most profitable prey locally, can constitute most of the food biomass delivered to chicks by parents. We first investigated...
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