Data from: Influence of intra- and interspecific variation in predator-prey body size ratios on trophic interaction strengths

Ross N. Cuthbert, Ryan J. Wasserman, Tatenda Dalu, Horst Kaiser, Olaf L. F. Weyl, Jaimie T. A. Dick, Arnaud Sentis, Mike W. McCoy & Mhairi E. Alexander
1. Predation is a pervasive force that structures food webs and directly influences ecosystem functioning. The relative body sizes of predators and prey may be an important determinant of interaction strengths. However, studies quantifying the combined influence of intra- and interspecific variation in predator-prey body size ratios are lacking. 2. We use a comparative functional response approach to examine interaction strengths between three size classes of invasive bluegill and largemouth bass towards three scaled size...
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