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Occurrence patterns of crop-foraging sika deer distribution in an agriculture-forest landscape revealed by nitrogen stable isotopes

Ayaka Hata, Rumiko Nakashita, Keita Fukasawa, Masato Minami, Yuko Fukue, Naoko Higuchi, Hikaru Uno, Yasuhiro Nakajima, Midori Saeki, Chinatsu Kozakai & Mayura Takada
Conflicts arising from the consumption of anthropogenic foods by wildlife are increasing worldwide. Conventional tools for evaluating the spatial distribution pattern of large terrestrial mammals that consume anthropogenic foods have various limitations, despite their importance in management to mitigate conflicts. In this study, we examined the spatial distribution pattern of crop-foraging sika deer by performing nitrogen stable isotope analyses of bone collagen. We evaluated whether crop-foraging deer lived closer to agricultural crop fields during the...

Data from: Intraspecific variations in life history traits of two pecky rice bug species from Japan: mapping emergence dates and number of annual generations

Kazuhisa Yamasaki, Ken Tabuchi, Akihiko Takahashi, Takeshi Osawa, Akira Yoshioka, Yasushi Ishigooka, Shigeto Sudo & Mayura Takada
The mirid bugs Stenotus rubrovittatus and Trigonotylus caelestialium, which cause pecky rice, have become a threat to rice cultivation in Asia. Damage caused by these pests has rapidly become frequent since around 2000 in Japan. Their expansion pattern is not simple, and predicting their future spread remains challenging. Some insects with wide ranges have locally adapted variations in life-history traits. We performed laboratory rearing experiments to assess the geographical scale of intraspecific variations in life-history...

Three sex phenotypes in a haploid algal species give insights into the evolutionary transition to a self-compatible mating system

Kohei Takahashi, Hiroko Kawai-Toyooka, Ryo Ootsuki, Takashi Hamaji, Yuki Tsuchikane, Hiroyuki Sekimoto, Tetsuya Higashiyama & Hisayoshi Nozaki
Mating systems of haploid species such as fungi, algae, and bryophytes are either heterothallic (self-incompatible) with two sex phenotypes (male and female, or mating type minus and plus in isogamous species) or homothallic (self-compatible) with only a bisexual phenotype producing zygotes within a clone. The anisogamous volvocine green alga Pleodorina starrii is a haploid species previously reported to have a heterothallic mating system. Here, we found that two additional culture strains originating from the same...

Water demand, price and temperature from 2014 to 2018 in Hadano City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

Masayoshi Tanishita
In this study, the price elasticity of water demand was estimated using disaggregated data of approximately 30,000 households recorded over five years: two years before and three years after a tariff revision. From the results of the latent class analysis, the mean price elasticity was − -0.1. The households were divided into three groups: 35%–55% of the households did not respond to the tariff revision, and households with high water demand prior to the revision...

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