Data from: Group foraging decisions in nutritionally differentiated environments

Matthew J. Hansen, Timothy M. Schaerf, Stephen J. Simpson & Ashley J. W. Ward
Foraging behaviour must be flexible enough to adapt to heterogeneities in the distribution and quality of food resources. Accurate models of optimal foraging behaviour should acknowledge the extent to which animals can detect and regulate their intake of food based on smaller scale differences in food types. In particular, consideration of macro-nutrient distribution and how animals perceive this is limited in studies of optimal foraging, particularly in vertebrates and for animals that forage in groups....
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