Data from: Evidence for nonconsumptive effects from a large predator in an ungulate prey?

Benedikt Gehr, Elizabeth J. Hofer, Andreas Ryser, Eric Vimercati, Kristina Vogt & Lukas F. Keller
Pedators can indirectly affect prey survival and reproduction by evoking costly anti-predator responses. Such non-consumptive effects may be as strong or stronger than consumptive predator effects. However, evidence for this in large terrestrial vertebrate systems is equivocal and few studies quantify the actual fitness costs of non-consumptive effects. Here we investigated whether non-consumptive effects elicited by Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx), a large terrestrial predator, reduced survival in an ungulate prey, the European roe deer (Capreolus...
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