Multiple predator effects in an intertidal food web.

@article{Son2006MultiplePE,
  title={Multiple predator effects in an intertidal food web.},
  author={Thijs Christiaan Van Son and Martin Thiel},
  journal={The Journal of animal ecology},
  year={2006},
  volume={75 1},
  pages={25-32}
}
1. We examined the effects of multiple predators from an intertidal boulder food web to test whether and how three different predator species affected the survival of a small amphipod species. 2. Predators were chosen because they differ in their foraging mode, two feeding at the bottom and in benthic refuges (nemertean and shrimp) and one in the water-column (juveniles of a fish). 3. Mortality of amphipods was not affected by nemerteans, but was high in the presence of shrimp or fish. Highest… CONTINUE READING

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