Data from: Deadwood structural properties may influence aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) extractive foraging behavior

Katharine E. T. Thompson, Richard J. Bankoff, Edward E. Louis & George H. Perry
The identification of critical, limited natural resources for different primate species is important for advancing our understanding of behavioral ecology and toward future conservation efforts. The aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) is an Endangered nocturnal lemur with adaptations for accessing structurally defended foods: continuously growing incisors; an elongated, flexible middle finger; and a specialized auditory system. In some seasons, ca. 90% of the aye-aye’s diet consists of two structurally defended resources: 1) the larvae of wood boring...
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