Data from: Local predation risk and matrix permeability interact to shape movement strategy

Laurane Winandy, Julien Cote, Lucie Di Gesu, Felix Pellerin, Audrey Trochet & Delphine Legrand
In fragmented landscapes, the reduced connectivity among patches drives the evolution of movement strategies through an increase of transience costs. Reduced movements may further alter heterogeneity in biotic and abiotic conditions experienced by individuals. The joint action of local conditions and matrix permeability may shape emigration decisions. Here, we tested the interactive effects of predation risk and matrix permeability on movement propensity, movement costs and movers’ phenotype in the common toad Bufo bufo. In a...
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