Jaroslav Maloň

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Classical theory states that generalist foragers should specialise to maximise their net energy intake on a temporal basis. Within broad distributions, generalists select optimal food sources; however, the availability and representation of selected food items in the diets of generalist consumers vary geographically. Conversely, specialists, within their(More)
Spatial use by animals is one of the most important topics in animal ecology, because the proper description of spatial patterns is essential for the better understanding of animal’s behaviour. Seasonal variation might reflect varying behavioural or energy balance requirements of the animals. Our aim was to test whether the space use of Eurasian beavers(More)
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