Data from: Density-dependent diel activity in stream-dwelling Arctic charr Salvelinus alpinus

Amy Fingerle, Nicolas Larranaga & Stefán Óli Steingrímsson
Intraspecific competition plays a significant role in shaping how animals use and share habitats in space and time. However, the way individuals may modify their diel activity in response to increased competition has received limited attention. We used juvenile (age 1+) Arctic charr Salvelinus alpinus to test the prediction that individuals at high population density are more active and distribute their foraging activity over a greater portion of the 24-h cycle than individuals at low...
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