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Table 1 a Average time taken for a species to discover a novel food source (expressed in hours), b Average clock time taken when a species discovered a novel food source (expressed in clock times), c Population size of the species in the study area

From: Which species discovers novel food sources first? A camera trap study in a natural environment

  Parus major Sitta europaea Poecile palustris Erithacus rubecula Cyanistes caeruleus Turdus merula Turdus philomelos Troglodytes troglodytes Garrulus glandarius
a
 Mean 97.7 161.8 196.8 130.3 139.5 144.0 274.5 122.0 109.8
 N 28 11 6 17 11 15 5 4 5
 SD 85.6 120.1 128.1 136.5 99.4 79.1 115.7 148.4 54.6
 Median 80.8 170.2 179.2 76.5 116.4 140.2 304.0 61.8 121.4
b
 Mean 10:38 11:10 11:53 11:20 10:12 10:26 11:24 12:44 12:49
 N 28 11 6 17 11 15 5 4 5
 SD 2:58 3:20 2:49 4:42 3:00 5:13 7:16 6:54 2:50
 Median 10:55 10:48 11:52 10:25 9:11 7:58 6:23 12:53 11:23
c
 Population size 370‒390 75‒85 52‒60 240‒260 270‒290 330‒370 150‒170 180‒200 35‒45