Data from: High interannual variation in the diet of a tropical forest frugivore (Hylobates lar)

Udomlux Suwanvecho, Warren Y. Brockelman, Anuttara Nathalang, Jantima Santon, Umaporn Matmoon, Rathasart Somnuk & Narong Mahannop
Frugivores must deal with seasonal changes in fruit availability and changes from year to year, as most species of tropical forest fruiting trees have considerable interannual variation in phenology and many are mast fruiters. We quantified seasonal and interannual changes in the fruit diet in a frugivore and important seed disperser, the white-handed gibbon, Hylobates lar, in Thailand. We used 40-day following data during April and May replicated in six consecutive years to study interannual...
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