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Spatio-temporal preference and variation in diet of tropical birds

Food resources are unevenly distributed in time and space, and at the same time season-bound (Oscillational-model). This compels most species to adjust food preference accordingly.

Food resources are unevenly distributed in time and space, and at the same time season-bound (Oscillational-model). This compels most species to adjust food preference accordingly. Species migration and migration-driven food requirement may lead to food replacement and supplementation. As a consequent, diet composition may vary between seasons year-in and year-out, especially across the avian feeding guilds. We aim to investigate using metabarcoding pipeline, diet switches, supplementation and preference in the avian feeding guilds within the Afrotropical landscape.

[Principal Investigator: Dr. Taiwo Crossby, EU & APLORI]
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[Funder: IFS]

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