Data from: Natural enemy ecology: comparing the effects of predation risk, infection risk and disease on host behavior

Daniel L. Preston, Clara E. Boland, Jason T. Hoverman & Pieter T. J. Johnson
1. Growing interest in unifying the field of natural enemy ecology has revealed similarities between predation and parasitism. In parallel with predation, parasite infection – and even the threat of infection – can alter host traits and indirectly affect community interactions. Nonetheless, few studies have considered multiple mechanisms of natural enemy-induced behavioural alteration in parallel (e.g. effects before and after enemy contact) or the factors that drive variation in behavioural responses. 2. We first evaluated...
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