Biogeographical patterns in the diet of the wildcat, Felis silvestris Schreber, in Eurasia: factors affecting the trophic diversity

@inproceedings{Lozano2006BiogeographicalPI,
  title={Biogeographical patterns in the diet of the wildcat, Felis silvestris Schreber, in Eurasia: factors affecting the trophic diversity},
  author={Jorge Alberto Fox Lozano and Marcos Mol{\'e}on and Em{\'i}lio Virg{\'o}s},
  year={2006}
}
Feeding ecology is central to an understanding of the ecology and life-history strategies of species. The abundance and distribution of food can affect a range of life-history traits, including body size, spatial organization or mating system (Partridge & Green, 1985; Vezina, 1985; Gittleman, 1986; Dayan & Simberloff, 1996; Geffen et al., 1996). Feeding Escuela Superior de Ciencias Experimentales y Tecnologı́a, Depto. Matemáticas, Fı́sica Aplicada y Ciencias de la Naturaleza, Área de… CONTINUE READING
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