Data from: Predator-prey role reversal may impair the recovery of declining pike populations

Jonas Nilsson, Henrik Flink & Petter Tibblin
Many fish populations have experienced declines in recent decades due to anthropogenic disturbances, such as overfishing and habitat exploitation. Despite management actions many populations show a limited capacity to recover. This may be attributed to reversal of predatory‐prey roles, yet empirical evidence to that effect remains scarce. Here we combine field and laboratory studies to investigate the interaction between pike (Esox lucius), a large keystone top predatory fish, and the small‐bodied mesopredatory threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus...
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