Data from: Applying Lanchester’s laws to the interspecific competition of coral reef fish

David Černý, Kristen Lee, Jocelyn Medal & Daniel T. Blumstein
Lanchester’s laws of combat are a mathematical framework describing the relative contributions of individual fighting ability and group size to overall group fighting ability. Since 1993, several studies have attempted to apply this framework to interspecific dominance relationships between nonhuman animals. However, this prior work addressed only the corollaries of Lanchester’s laws rather than the laws themselves. Here, we directly test Lanchester’s linear and square law to explain interspecific competition of coral reef fish. First,...
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