Data from: Refining trophic dynamics through multi-factor Bayesian mixing models: A case study of subterranean beetles

Mattia Saccò, Alison J. Blyth, William F. Humphreys, Steve Cooper, Andrew D. Austin, Josephine Hyde, Debashish Mazumder, Quan Hua, Nicole White & Kliti Grice
Food web dynamics are vital in shaping the functional ecology of ecosystems. However, trophic ecology is still in its infancy in groundwater ecosystems due to the cryptic nature of these environments. To unravel trophic interactions between subterranean biota, we applied an interdisciplinary Bayesian mixing model design (multi-factor BMM) based on the integration of faunal C and N bulk tissue stable isotope data (δ13C and δ15N) with radiocarbon data (Δ14C), and prior information from metagenomic analyses....
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