Data from: Anonymous faecal sampling and NIRS studies of diet quality: problem or opportunity?

Luca Corlatti
Investigating the drivers of diet quality is a key issue in wildlife ecology and conservation. Faecal near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (f-NIRS) is widely used to study dietary quality since it allows for noninvasive, rapid and low-cost analysis of nutrients. Samples for f-NIRS can be collected and analyzed with or without knowledge of animal identities. While anonymous sampling allows to reduce the costs of individual identification, as it neither requires physical captures nor DNA genotyping, it...
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