Trophic selectivity in aquatic isopods increases with the availability of resources

Clémentine M. Francois, Laurent Simon, Florian Malard, Tristan Lefébure, Christophe J. Douady & Florian Mermillod‐Blondin
1. Trophic selectivity has major influences on consumers’ fitness, stability of predator and prey populations, and nutrient fluxes in food webs. Trophic selectivity occurs when the relative abundances of resources in a consumer's diet differ from their relative abundances in the environment. This discrepancy between resources abundance and use has been predicted to increase with the availability of resources in the environment. Trophic selectivity has also been predicted to increase with the heterogeneity of resources...
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