Superpredation patterns in four large European raptors

@article{Loureno2010SuperpredationPI,
  title={Superpredation patterns in four large European raptors},
  author={Rui Lourenço and S. Santos and J. Rabaça and V. Penteriani},
  journal={Population Ecology},
  year={2010},
  volume={53},
  pages={175-185}
}
Predatory interactions among top predators, like superpredation or intraguild predation (IGP), can influence community structure. Diurnal raptors occupy high trophic levels in terrestrial food webs, and thus can regulate the presence of mesopredators. We studied superpredation (the killing and eating of another predator) in four large European raptors. We gathered 121 dietary studies, totalling 161,456 prey for the Goshawk Accipiter gentilis L., Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos L., Bonelli’s… Expand

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