Data from: Network analyses support the role of prey preferences in shaping resource use patterns within five animal populations

Paula Lemos-Costa, Mathias M. Pires, Márcio S. Araújo, Marcus A. M. De Aguiar &
Individual variation is an inherent aspect of animal populations and understanding the mechanisms shaping resource use patterns within populations is crucial to comprehend how individuals partition resources. Theory predicts that differences in prey preferences among consumers and/or differences in the likelihood of adding new resources to their diets are key mechanisms underlying intrapopulation variation in resource use. We developed network models based on optimal diet theory that simulate how individuals consume resources under varying scenarios...
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