Data from: Climate effects on fish body size-trophic position relationship depend on ecosystem type

Danyhelton D.F. Dantas, Adriano Caliman, Rafael D. Guariento, Ronaldo Angelini, Luciana S. Carneiro, Sergio M.Q. Lima, Pablo A. Martinez & José L. Attayde
The energetic demand of consumers increases with body size and temperature. This implies that energetic constraints may limit the trophic position of larger consumers, which is expected to be lower in tropical than in temperate regions to compensate for energy limitation. Using a global dataset of 3,635 marine and freshwater ray-finned fish species, we addressed if and how climate affects the fish body size-trophic position relationship in both freshwater and marine ecosystems, while controlling for...
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