Data from: Impact of brood parasitism and predation on nest survival of the fan-tailed gerygone in New Caledonia

Alfredo Attisano, Lara B. Groß, Nozomu J. Sato, Yuji Okahisa, Keita D. Tanaka, Roman Gula, Keisuke Ueda & Jörn Theuerkauf
Predation and brood parasitism are common reasons for nesting failure in passerine species and the additive impact by invasive species is a major conservation concern, particularly on tropical islands. Recognising the relative contribution of the different components of nesting failure rates is important to understand co-evolutionary interactions within brood parasite-host systems. In the remote archipelago of New Caledonia, the fan-tailed gerygone Gerygone flavolateralis is the exclusive host of the brood-parasitic shining bronze-cuckoo Chalcites lucidus. Additionally,...
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