Data from: Foraging mode, relative prey size and diet breadth: a phylogenetically-explicit analysis of snake feeding ecology

Xavier Glaudas, Kelsey L. Glennon, Marcio Martins, Luca Luiselli, Simon Fearn, Dane F. Trembath, Dusan Jelic & Graham J. Alexander
1. Foraging modes (ambush vs. active foraging) are often correlated with a suite of morphological, physiological, behavioral and ecological traits known as the adaptive syndrome or syndrome hypothesis. In snakes, an ecological correlate often reported in the literature is that ambush-hunting snakes have a higher relative meal size compared to actively foraging snakes which feed on smaller prey items. This “large meal vs. small meal” feeding hypothesis between ambush and active foragers has become a...
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