The sources of variation for individual prey-to-predator size ratios

Jorge Henriques, Mariángeles Lacava, Celeste Guzman, Maria Pilar Gavín-Centol, Dolores Ruiz-Lupión, Eva De Mas, Sara Magalhães & Jordi Moya-Laraño
The relative body size at which predators are willing to attack prey, a key trait for predator-prey interactions, is usually considered invariant. However, this ratio can vary widely among individuals or populations. Identifying the range and origin of such variation is key to understanding the strength and constraints on selection in both predators and prey. Still, these sources of variation remain largely unknown. We filled this gap by measuring the genetic, maternal and environmental variation...
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