Data from: A meta-analysis of non-consumptive predator effects in arthropods: the influence of organismal and environmental characteristics

Amanda L. Buchanan, Sara L. Hermann, Margaret Lund & Zsofia Szendrei
Non-consumptive effects (NCEs) – changes in prey behavior or physiology in response to predator threat – are common and can be as strong as consumptive effects. However, our knowledge of NCEs in arthropod systems is lacking. Factors related to study organism and environment have the potential to influence the occurrence and magnitude of NCEs in arthropod systems. While factors such as coevolutionary history of natural enemies and their prey, predator cue, predator or prey feeding...
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