Consumer‐specific responses to riverine subsidy pulses in a riparian arthropod assemblage

@inproceedings{Paetzold2006ConsumerspecificRT,
  title={Consumer‐specific responses to riverine subsidy pulses in a riparian arthropod assemblage},
  author={Achim Paetzold and Jacqueline F. Bernet and Klement Tockner},
  year={2006}
}
SUMMARY 1. Aquatic resource fluxes from streams can provide significant subsidies for riparian consumers. Because aquatic resource fluxes can be highly variable in space and time, the subsidy efficiency (i.e. transfer to the recipient food web) is controlled by the short-term aggregative response of riparian consumers. 2. Field manipulations of stream-derived invertebrate prey subsidies were used to examine specific aggregative responses of ground-dwelling arthropods to riverine subsidy pulses… CONTINUE READING

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