Ecological Archives E091-198-A1

Isabella Capellini, Chris Venditti, and Robert A. Barton. 2010. Phylogeny and metabolic rates in mammals. Ecology 20:2783–2793.

Appendix A. References for data in the Supplement.

Sources of field and basal metabolic rate data used for the analysis:

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Bozinovic, F., Bacigalupe, L. D., Vasquez, R. A., Visser, G. H., Veloso, C., and Kenagy, G. J. 2004. Cost of living in free-ranging degus (Octodon degus): seasonal dynamics of energy expenditure. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A 137:597–604.

Bryce, J. M., Speakman, J. R., Johnson, P. J., and MacDonald, D. W. 2001. Competition between Eurasian red and introduced Eastern grey squirrels: the energetic significance of body mass differences. Proc. R. Soc., Lond. B 268:1731–1736.

Cooper, C. E., Withers, P. C., and Bradshaw, S. D. 2003. Field metabolic rate and water turnover of the numbat (Myrmecobius fasciatus). J. Comp. Physiol. B 173:687–693.

Corp, N., Gorman, M. L., and Speakman, J. R. 1999. Daily energy expenditure of free-living male wood mice in different habitats and seasons. Funct. Ecol. 13:585–593.

Evans, M., Green, B., and Newgrain, K. 2003. The field energetics and water fluxes of free-living wombats (Marsupialia : Vombatidae). Oecologia 137:171–180.

Geiser, F. and Coburn, D. K. 1999. Field metabolic rates and water uptake in the blossom-bat Syconycteris australis (Megachiroptera). J. Comp. Physiol. B 169:133–138.

Haggarty, P., Robinson, J. J., Ashton, J., Milne, E., Adam, C. L., Kyle, C. E., Christie, S. L. and Mildwood, A. J. 1998. Estimation of energy expenditure in free-living red deer (Cervus elaphus) with the doubly-labelled water method. British J. Nutrition 80:263–272.

Kunkele, J., Kraus, C., and Trillmich, F. 2005. Does the unusual life history of the precocial cavy (Cavia magna) translate into an exceptional field metabolic rate? Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 78:48–54.

McNab, B. K. 2005. Ecological factors influence energetics in the order Carnivora. Acta Zool. Sinica 51:535–545.

McNab, B. K. and Bonaccorso, F. J. 2001. The metabolism of New Guinean pteropodid bats. J. Comp. Physiol. B 171:201–214.

Nagy, K. A. and Bradshaw, S. D. 2000. Scaling of energy and water fluxes in free-living arid-zone Australian marsupials. J. Mammal. 81:962–970.

Nagy, K. A., Girard, I. A., and Brown, T. K. 1999. Energetics of free-ranging mammals, reptile and birds. Ann. Rev. Nutr. 19:247–277.

Ochocinska, D. and Taylor, J. R. E. 2005. Living at the physiological limits: Field and maximum metabolic rates of the common shrew (Sorex araneus). Physiol. Biochem.  Zool. 78:808–818.

Reik, A. 2008. Relationship between field metabolic rate and body weight in mammals: effect of the study. J. Zool. 276:187–194.

Scantlebury, M., Russell, A. F., McIlarth, G. M., Speakman, J. R., and Clutton–Brock, T. H. 2002. The energetics of lactation in cooperatively breeding meerkats Suricata suricatta. Proc. R. Soc., Lond. B 269:2147–2153.

Scantlebury, M., Bennett, N. C., Speakman, J. R., Pillay, N. and Schradin, C. 2006. Huddling in groups leads to daily energy savings in free-living African four-striped grass mice, Rhabdomys pumilio. Funct. Ecol. 20:166–173.

Schmid, J. and Speakman, J. R. 2000. Daily energy expenditure of the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus): a small primate that uses torpor. J. Comp. Physiol. B. 170:633–641.

Speakman, J. R. 1997. Factors influencing the daily energy expenditure of small mammals. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 56:1119–1136.

Speakman, J. R. 2000. The cost of living: field metabolic rates in small mammals. Adv. Ecol. Res. 30:177–297.

Voigt, C. C., Kelm, D. H., Visser, G. H. 2006. Field metabolic rates of phytophagous bats: do pollination strategies of plants make life of nectar-feeders spin faster? J. Comp. Physiol. B. 176:213–222.

White, C. R., Phillips, N. F., and Seymour, R. S. 2006. The scaling and temperature dependence of vertebrate metabolism. Biol. Lett. 2:125–127.

White, C. R. and Seymour, R. S. 2003. Mammalian basal metabolic rate is proportional to body mass 2/3. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA 100:4046–4049.

Williams, J. B., Lenain, D., Ostrowski, S., Tieleman, B. I., and Seddon, P. J. 2002. Energy expenditure and water flux of Ruppell's foxes in Saudi Arabia. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 75:479–488.

Winstanley, R. K., Buttemer, W. A., and Saunders, G. 2003. Field metabolic rate and body water turnover of the red fox Vulpes vulpes in Australia. Mammal Rev. 33:295–301.


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