Below is an overview of published datasets which were produced in our research projects.
The Paleo Islands and Archipelago Configuration (PIAC) database: Sea level driven paleogeography changes over the late Quaternary (related to archipelago configuration and paleo-area) for 178 islands in 27 archipelagos, as presented in Norder et al. (2018)
African agamid lizard distributions: Distribution data (GIS shape files) of all agamid lizards in Africa
Extant and extinct frugivores on oceanic islands: Occurrences of extinct and extant frugivorous birds, mammals and reptiles on 74 tropical and subtropical oceanic islands within 20 archipelagos worldwide, as analysed in Heinen et al. (2017)
Frugivory-related palm traits: Data for 1773 palm species describing fruit size (small/large), understory growth form (yes/no), island distribution (yes/no), and realm (New/Old World), as analysed in Onstein et al. (2017) and Onstein et al. (2018).
MammalDIET dataset: A comprehensive global dataset of diet preferences of mammals.
Traits of island frugivores: Data on body size (body mass: g), flying (ability to fly: yes/no), and diet (amount of fruit in the diet: low/medium/high) of extant and extinct frugivorous birds, mammals and reptiles on 74 tropical and subtropical oceanic islands within 20 archipelagos worldwide, as analysed in Heinen et al. (2017).
Phylogenetic trees for Poales, Ericaceae and Fagales: Maximum Clade Credibility trees for Poales, Ericaceae and Fagales, as analysed in Bouchenak-Khelladi et al. (2015).
Species interaction data
Plant-frugivore networks Manú Biosphere Reserve: These data were used in Bender et al. (2017) to study seasonal plant-frugivore networks and species traits at two locations in the Manú Biosphere Reserve in the Andes of south-east Peru (‘San Pedro’ located at 1500 m a.s.l. and ‘Wayqecha’ located at 3000 m in upper montane forest).
Plant-frugivore networks from eight sites across the Andes in South America: These data were used in Bender et al. (2018) to study how morphological plant and animal traits determine trait matching between resources (fleshy‐fruited plants) and consumers (frugivorous birds) in these networks. The eight networks included two networks from Colombia, two networks from Ecuador, two networks from Peru, one network from Bolivia and one network from Argentina.