Data from: Statistically testing the role of individual learning and decision-making in trapline foraging

Carolyn A. Ayers, Paul R. Armsworth & Berry J. Brosi
Trapline foraging, a behavior consisting of repeated visitation to spatially fixed resources in a predictable sequence, has been observed over diverse taxa and is important ecologically for efficient resource gathering. Despite this, few null models exist to test the significance of suspected traplines, particularly for studies interested in the role of individual decision-making in the formation of traplines versus the role of resource layouts and random movement patterns. Here we present a spatially explicit, individual-based...
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