Data from: Olfactory cues of habitats facilitate learning about landscapes of fear

Matthew D. Mitchell, Adam L. Crane, Kevin R. Bairos-Novak, Maud C.O. Ferrari, Douglas P. Chivers & Maud C O Ferrari
Across landscapes, prey are exposed to different levels of predation risk within different habitats. However, little is known about how prey learn about risk in different habitat types. Here, we examined if wood frog tadpoles, Lithobates sylvatica, use olfactory cues from two distinct, plant-dominated habitats (cattail and pond weed) to learn about the overall risk within a habitat and the risk posed by a specific predator species within different habitats. In our first experiment, tadpoles...
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