Data from: Differential population responses of native and alien rodents to an invasive predator, habitat alteration, and plant masting

Keita Fukasawa, Tadashi Miyashita, Takuma Hashimoto, Masaya Tatara & Shintaro Abe
Invasive species and anthropogenic habitat alteration are major drivers of biodiversity loss. When multiple invasive species occupy different trophic levels, removing an invasive predator might cause unexpected outcomes due to complex interactions among native and non-native prey. Moreover, external factors such as habitat alteration and resource availability can affect such dynamics. We hypothesized that native and non-native prey respond differently to an invasive predator, habitat alteration, and bottom–up effects. To test the hypothesis, we used...
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