Modelling the combined effect of an obligate predator and a facultative predator on a common prey: lynx Lynx lynx and wolverine Gulo gulo predation on reindeer Rangifer tarandus

@inproceedings{Andrn2011ModellingTC,
  title={Modelling the combined effect of an obligate predator and a facultative predator on a common prey: lynx Lynx lynx and wolverine Gulo gulo predation on reindeer Rangifer tarandus},
  author={H. Andr{\'e}n and J. Persson and Jenny Mattisson and Anna Danell},
  year={2011}
}
  • H. Andrén, J. Persson, +1 author Anna Danell
  • Published 2011
  • Biology
  • Abstract In conservation and management of large predators, effects of species are often considered separately. However, predators often interact with one another in different ways (e.g. interspecific competition, intra guild predation and kleptoparasitism) that may influence the total predation on a common prey. We estimated the total number of semi-domestic reindeer Rangifer tarandus killed by Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx and wolverine Gulo gulo at different relative abundances of the two species… CONTINUE READING
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