Data from: Effects of predatory ants within and across ecosystems in bromeliad food webs

Ana Z. Gonçalves, Diane S. Srivastava, Paulo S. Oliveira & Gustavo Q. Romero
Predation is one of the most fundamental ecological processes affecting biotic communities. Terrestrial predators that live at ecosystem boundaries may alter the diversity of terrestrial organisms, but they may also have cross-ecosystem cascading effects when they feed on organisms with complex life cycles (i.e. organisms that shift from aquatic juvenile stages to terrestrial adult stages) or inhibit female oviposition in the aquatic environment. The predatory ant Odontomachus hastatus establishes its colonies among roots of Vriesea...
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