Data from: Comparing rates of springtail predation by web-building spiders using Bayesian inference

Kelton D. Welch, Matthew R. Schofield, Eric G. Chapman & James D. Harwood
A major goal of gut-content analysis is to quantify predation rates by predators in the field, which could provide insights into the mechanisms behind ecosystem structure and function, as well as quantification of ecosystem services provided. However, percent-positive results from molecular assays are strongly influenced by factors other than predation rate, and thus can only be reliably used to quantify predation rates under very restrictive conditions. Here, we develop two statistical approaches, one using a...
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