Effects of food availability on the trophic niche of the hazel dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius

Cecily E. D. Goodwin, George J. F. Swan, David J. Hodgson, Sallie Bailey, Paul Chanin & Robbie McDonald
The scale at which variations in food availability affect the foraging habits of individual animals can determine how the distribution of food resources affects populations. For species of conservation concern, these factors can have important implications for the management of habitats, as spatial and temporal variations in resource availability influence the trophic ecology of both individuals and populations. The hazel dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius is a species with seasonal dietary shifts and limited ranging, and whose...
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