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Comparing anuran performance and movement Public Deposited

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  • Movement in an important component of an animal’s life cycle when it relies on both aquatic and terrestrial habitats. When multiple species overlap in the use of these habitats, they rely on other methods to reduce competition for shared resources. This dataset measured the jumping performance and movement behavior of three anuran species as juveniles. By relating their movement behavior to physical and behavioral attributes, we worked to understand the factors that determine an individual’s movement, and how these factors change between species. The three species in this dataset represent three distinct groups of anuran species. In the Cascade mountains these species rely on the same breeding habitat and emerge in the same time frame. This project aimed to examine differences in their movement behavior and how morphological and performance abilities impact their movement.
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  • Bredeweg, E., Morzillo, A., Thurman, L., Garcia, T., & Urbina, J. (2018). Comparing anuran performance and movement (Version 1) [Data set]. Oregon State University. https://doi.org/10.7267/C247DZ48X
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