Data from: Reciprocal intraguild predation and predator coexistence

Renata Vieira Marques, Renato Almeida Sarmento, Adriana Gonçalves Oliveira, Diego De Macedo Rodrigues, Madelaine Venzon, Marçal Pedro-Neto, Angelo Pallini & Arne Janssen
1. Intraguild predation is a mix of competition and predation, and occurs when one species feeds on another species that uses similar resources. Theory predicts that intraguild predation hampers coexistence of species involved, but it is common in nature. It has been suggested that increasing habitat complexity and the presence of alternative food may promote coexistence. Reciprocal intraguild predation limits possibilities for coexistence even further. Habitat complexity and the presence of alternative food are believed...
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