Data from: Metabolic proxy for cephalopods: Stable carbon isotope values recorded in different biogenic carbonates

Ming-Tsung Chung, Ching-Yi Chen, Jen-Chieh Shiao, Kotaro Shirai & Chia-Hui Wang
1. Measuring the metabolic rate of marine animals in their natural environment is challenging, impeding our understanding of their physiological ecology. Recently, a novel metabolic proxy, namely the δ13C values of biogenic carbonates (otoliths), was experimentally validated in teleost fishes. Cephalopods possess several types of biogenic carbonates, such as statolith, cuttlebone, and other internal and external shells, which are all potential metabolic recorders, but few have been evaluated. 2. To test the feasibility of the...
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