Data from: Implications of shared predation for space use in two sympatric leporids

Martijn J A Weterings, Sophie P Ewert, Jeffrey N Peereboom, Henry J Kuipers, Dries P J Kuijper, Herbert H T Prins, Patrick A Jansen, Frank Van Langevelde & Sipke E Van Wieren
Spatial variation in habitat riskiness has a major influence on the predator–prey space race. However, the outcome of this race can be modulated if prey shares enemies with fellow prey (i.e., another prey species). Sharing of natural enemies may result in apparent competition, and its implications for prey space use remain poorly studied. Our objective was to test how prey species spend time among habitats that differ in riskiness, and how shared predation modulates the...
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