Data from: Seasonally varying marine influences on the coastal ecosystem detected through molecular gut analysis

Vasiliki Verschut, Alma Strandmark, Rodrigo Esparza-Salas & Peter A. Hamback
Terrestrial predators on marine shores benefit from the inflow of organisms and matter from the marine ecosystem, often causing very high predator densities and indirectly affecting the abundance of other prey species on shores. This indirect effect may be particularly strong if predators shift diets between seasons. We therefore quantified the seasonal variation in diet of two wolf spider species that dominate the shoreline predator community, using molecular gut content analyses with general primers to...
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