Data from: Body size variation in aquatic consumers causes pervasive community effects, independent of mean body size

Bradley Carlson, Tracy Langkilde & Bradley E. Carlson
Intraspecific phenotypic variation is a significant component of biodiversity. Body size, for example, is variable and critical for structuring communities. We need to understand how homogenous and variably-sized populations differ in their ecological responses or effects if we are to have a robust understanding of communities. We manipulated body size variation in consumer (tadpole) populations in mesocosms (both with and without predators), keeping mean size and density of these consumers constant. Size-variable consumer populations exhibited...
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