Data from: Reefscapes of fear: predation risk and reef heterogeneity interact to shape herbivore foraging behavior

Laura B. Catano, Maria C. Rojas, Ryan J. Malossi, Joseph R. Peters, Michael R. Heithaus, James W. Fourqurean & Deron E. Burkepile
Predators can exert strong direct and indirect effects on ecological communities by intimidating their prey. The nature of predation risk effects is often context dependent, but in some ecosystems these contingencies are often overlooked. Risk effects are often not uniform across landscapes or among species. Indeed, they can vary widely across gradients of habitat complexity and with different prey escape tactics. These context-dependencies may be especially important for ecosystems such as coral reefs that vary...
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