Predator-prey interactions in anurans of the tropical dry forests of the Colombian Caribbean: a functional approach

Argelina Blanco-Torres, Marta Dure, Maria Argenis Bonilla & Luciano Cagnolo
Anuran–prey selection might be mediated by traits, either by mismatches in predator and prey traits (preventing interactions) or by predator selection of prey traits (encouraging interactions). These effect traits could be summarized in two contrasting foraging strategies: “active” and “sit‐and‐wait” foragers. We evaluated whether anurans could be classified into groups of species sharing traits associated with their diet, and what is the relation between particular effect traits of anurans and their prey. We collected anurans...
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