Fortune favours the bold: a higher predator reduces the impact of a native but not an invasive intermediate predator.

@article{BarriosONeill2014FortuneFT,
  title={Fortune favours the bold: a higher predator reduces the impact of a native but not an invasive intermediate predator.},
  author={Daniel Barrios-O'Neill and Jaimie T. A. Dick and Mark Charles Emmerson and Anthony P. Ricciardi and Hugh J MacIsaac and Mhairi E. Alexander and Helene C. Bovy},
  journal={The Journal of animal ecology},
  year={2014},
  volume={83 3},
  pages={693-701}
}
Emergent multiple predator effects (MPEs) might radically alter predictions of predatory impact that are based solely on the impact of individuals. In the context of biological invasions, determining if and how the individual-level impacts of invasive predators relates to their impacts in multiple-individual situations will inform understanding of how such impacts might propagate through recipient communities. Here, we use functional responses (the relationship between prey consumption rate and… CONTINUE READING
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