Data for: Carnivore niche partitioning in a human landscape

Mauriel Rodriguez Curras, Emiliano Donadío, Arthur Middleton & Jonathan Pauli
To minimize competitive overlap, carnivores modify one of their critical niche axes: space, time, or resources. However, we currently lack rules for how carnivore communities operate in human-dominated landscapes. We simultaneously quantified overlap in the critical niche axes of a simple carnivore community – an apex carnivore (Puma concolor), a dominant meso-carnivore (Lycalopex culpaeus), and a subordinate meso-carnivore (L. griseus) – in a human-landscape featuring pastoralists and semi-domestic carnivores (i.e., dogs Canis familiaris). We found...
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