Data from: Consumer responses to experimental pulsed subsidies in isolated vs. connected habitats

Amber Wright, Jonah Piovia-Scott, Louie H. Yang, David A. Spiller & Thomas W. Schoener
Increases in consumer abundance following a resource pulse can be driven by diet shifts, aggregation, and reproductive responses, with combined responses expected to result in faster response times and larger numerical increases. Previous work in plots on large Bahamian islands has shown that lizards (Anolis sagrei) increased in abundance following pulses of seaweed deposition, which provide additional prey (i.e., seaweed detritivores). Numerical responses were associated with rapid diet shifts and aggregation, followed by increased reproduction....
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