Species: Philetairus socius
Taxonomic class: Aves
Population type: free-ranging
Geographical location: Kimberley, South Africa
Data collection technique: mark recapture
Interaction type: social projection bipartite
Definition of interaction: A network edge was drawn between individuals that used the same nest chambers either for roosting or nest-building at any given time within a series of observations at the same colony in the same year, either together in the nest chamber at the same time or at different times.
Edge weight type: unweighted
Total duration of data collection: 10 months
Time resolution of data collection (within a day):
Time span of data collection (within a day): focal follow/ad libitum
Note: Networks represent social data collected from 23 colonies of sociable weavers
list of igraph objects
Dijk, René E., et al. "Cooperative investment in public goods is kin directed in communal nests of social birds." Ecology letters 17.9 (2014): 1141-1148.