Predator and prey activity levels jointly influence the outcome of long-term foraging bouts.

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Consistent interindividual differences in behavior (i.e., "behavioral types") may be a key factor in determining the outcome of species interactions. Studies that simultaneously account for the behavioral types of individuals in multiple interacting species, such as predator-prey systems, may be particularly strong predictors of ecological outcomes. Here… (More)

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@article{Sweeney2013PredatorAP, title={Predator and prey activity levels jointly influence the outcome of long-term foraging bouts.}, author={Kayla Sweeney and Brian Cusack and Fawn Armagost and Timothy O'Brien and Carl N Keiser and Jonathan N Pruitt}, journal={Behavioral ecology : official journal of the International Society for Behavioral Ecology}, year={2013}, volume={24 5}, pages={1205-1210} }