Data from: Natal dispersal of tree sloths in a human-dominated landscape: implications for tropical biodiversity conservation

Mario F. Garces-Restrepo, Jonathan N. Pauli & M. Zachariah Peery
1. Habitat loss and fragmentation resulting from the conversion of tropical forests are among the most important threats to biodiversity globally. Habitat specialists and species with low dispersal capacity are expected to be the most sensitive to such changes. Relatively little is known, however, about how habitat change and life history interact to impact natal dispersal and population viability in tropical species. 2. Here, we characterized natal dispersal patterns, habitat selection, and survival rates in...
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