Data from: Cross-habitat effects shape the ecosystem consequences of co-invasion by a pelagic and a benthic consumer

David C. Fryxell, Amber R. Diluzio, Maya A. Friedman, Nicklaus A. Menge & Eric P. Palkovacs
Invasive species can have major impacts on ecosystems, yet little work has addressed the combined effects of multiple invaders that exploit different habitats. Two common invaders in aquatic systems are pelagic fishes and crayfishes. Pelagic-oriented fish effects are typically strong on the pelagic food web, whereas crayfish effects are strong on the benthic food web. Thus, co-invasion may generate strong ecological responses in both habitats. We tested the effects of co-invasion on experimental pond ecosystems...
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