Data from: Realized trophic niche driven by apparent competition: an example with marsupials

Vanessa V. Kuhnen, Marcus A. Martinez De Aguiar, Ana Zangirolame Gonçalves & Eleonore Zulnara Freire Setz.
According to apparent competition theory, the co-occurrence of two species that share the same predators appears to affect each other's population growth and abundance. However, due to habitat loss and over-hunting, top predators are being made rare worldwide. Considering that apparent competitors share similar resources, we would expect the absence of top predators to reflect in changes on prey realized trophic niches. To test our hypothesis, we developed a model to predict the abundance ratio...
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