Coexistence of a generalist owl with its intraguild predator: distance-sensitive or habitat-mediated avoidance?

@article{Sergio2007CoexistenceOA,
  title={Coexistence of a generalist owl with its intraguild predator: distance-sensitive or habitat-mediated avoidance?},
  author={Fabrizio Sergio and Luigi Marchesi and Paolo Pedrini and Vincenzo Penteriani},
  journal={Animal Behaviour},
  year={2007},
  volume={74},
  pages={1607-1616}
}
Intraguild predation is increasingly reported as a population-limiting factor for vertebrate predators. However, long-term coexistence of the intraguild prey with its predator is a common occurrence usually maintained by some form of predator avoidance, which may be achieved through distance-sensitive avoidance (selection of sites as far as possible from the intraguild predator), and/or habitat-mediated avoidance (avoidance of habitats associated with high predation risk). The former is… CONTINUE READING

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