The direct and indirect effects of temperature on a predator-prey relationship

@inproceedings{Anderson2001TheDA,
  title={The direct and indirect effects of temperature on a predator-prey relationship},
  author={Michael T. Anderson and Joseph M. Kiesecker and Douglas P Chivers and Andrew R. Blaustein},
  year={2001}
}
Abiotic factors may directly influence community structure by influencing biotic interactions. In aquatic systems, where gape-limited predators are common, abiotic factors that influence organisms' growth rates potentially mediate predator–prey interactions indirectly through effects on prey size. We tested the hypothesis that temperature influences interactions between aquatic size-limited insect predators (Notonecta kirbyi) and their larval anuran prey (Hyla regilla) beyond its indirect… CONTINUE READING

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