Data from: Intraguild predation drives evolutionary niche shift in threespine stickleback

Travis Ingram, Richard Svanbäck, Nathan J. B. Kraft, Pavel Kratina, Laura Southcott & Dolph Schluter
Intraguild predation – competition and predation by the same antagonist – is widespread, but its evolutionary consequences are unknown. Intraguild prey may evolve antipredator defenses, superior competitive ability on shared resources, or the ability to use an alternative resource, any of which may alter the structure of the food web. We tested for evolutionary responses by threespine stickleback to a benthic intraguild predator, prickly sculpin. We used a comparative morphometric analysis to show that stickleback...
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