Data from: Early to rise, early to breed: a role for daily rhythms in seasonal reproduction

Jessica L. Graham, Natalie J. Cook, Katie B. Needham, Michaela Hau & Timothy J. Greives
Vertebrates use environmental cues to time reproduction to optimal breeding conditions. Numerous laboratory studies have revealed that light experienced during a critical window of the circadian (daily) rhythm can influence reproductive physiology. However, whether these relationships observed in captivity hold true under natural conditions and how they relate to observed variation in timing of reproductive output remains largely unexplored. Here we test the hypothesis that individual variation in daily timing recorded in nature (i.e. chronotype)...
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