Differential effects of structural complexity on predator foraging behavior

  • Matt J. Michela, Melinda M. Adamsb
  • Published 2016

Abstract

The choice of predator foraging mode has important consequences for ecological communities. Foraging mode designations are often made on the basis of predator activity, yet activity can be affected by various environmental stimuli independent of changes in foraging mode. Structural complexity can reduce predator activity by either interfering with predator… (More)

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