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Role of sexual imprinting for sex recognition in zebra finches: A difference between males and females
The timing of dabbling duckling hatch, nest departure and depredation in Suisun Marsh, California from 2015-2017
These data include a row for each duck nest equipped with a small video camera. We present the location of the nest, the timing of the start of hatch, the timing of the end of hatch, and the timing of the departure of the hen and ducklings from the nest. Additionally, this table includes any predators that were observed at the nest depredating eggs prior to hatch and any predators that were observed at the nest between hatch and departure from the nest. These data support the following publication: "Sitting ducklings: Timing of hatch, nest departure, and predation risk for dabbling duck broods" by Sarah H. Peterson, Joshua T. Ackerman, Mark P. Herzog, C. Alex Hartman, Rebecca Croston, Cliff L. Feldheim, and Michael...
Beach temperature versus polystyrene foam box temperature in incubation of Kemp's ridley sea turtle eggs.
Filial social bond formation in fry of the maternal mouthbrooding tilapia (Pisces: Cichlidae): A comparative study
Sexual imprinting in zebra-finch females: Do females develop a preference for males that look like their father?
Distribution, growth and survival of head-started, tagged and released Kemp's ridley sea turtles (Lepidochelys kempi ) from year-classes 1978-1983.
Standard operating procedures for collecting Kemp's ridley sea turtle eggs for the head start project.
Sexual imprinting supports the evolution of novel male traits by transference of a preference for the colour red