Data from: Various competitive interactions explain niche separation in crop-dwelling web spiders

Itai Opatovsky, Efrat Gavish-Regev, Phyllis G. Weintraub & Yael Lubin
Competition for resources is a major organizing principle in communities of organisms that share similar ecological niches. Niche separation by means of exploitation or interference competition was investigated in two taxa of crop-inhabiting spiders that overlap in microhabitat use and have similar web design. Competition for prey and web sites was tested in microcosm experiments with the most common species that build sheet-webs: Enoplognatha gemina (Theridiidae) and Alioranus pastoralis (Linyphiidae). A field survey over the...
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