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Heart rate response to song of superb fairy-wren embryos and parental song data recorded at Cleland Wildlife Park (South Australia) in 2015

Flinders University
Diane Colombelli-Negrel (Aggregated by) Dr Diane Colombelli-Negrel (Aggregated by) Prof Sonia Marie Kleindorfer (Associated with, Aggregated by) Sonia Marie Kleindorfer (Associated with, Aggregated by)
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Recorded as part of an experiment designed to test whether fairy-wren embryos responded to song in ovo. Heart rate of superb fairy-wren embryos were recorded using a digital egg monitor (Buddy™, Vetronic Services, UK) that measure light absorption changes due to embryonic blood flow.

Data time period: 09 2015 to 12 2015

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