Data from: Going with the flow: hydrodynamic cues trigger directed escapes from a stalking predator

Lillian J. Tuttle, H. Eve Robinson, Daisuke Takagi, J. Rudi Strickler, Petra H. Lenz & Daniel K. Hartline
In the coevolution of predator and prey, different and less well understood rules for threat-assessment apply to freely suspended organisms than to substrate-dwelling ones. Particularly vulnerable are small prey carried with the bulk movement of a surrounding fluid and thus deprived of sensory information within the bow waves of approaching predators. Some planktonic prey have solved this apparent problem, however. We quantified cues generated by the slow approach of larval clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) that triggered...
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