The importance of complex habitats for the predator-prey interaction between a threatened galaxiid fish and introduced salmonid

@inproceedings{StuartSmith2007TheIO,
  title={The importance of complex habitats for the predator-prey interaction between a threatened galaxiid fish and introduced salmonid},
  author={Rick D Stuart-Smith},
  year={2007}
}
Theoretically, there are a number of ways in which predator and prey can co-exist, including temporal and spatial partitioning and the presence and use of refuge habitats by prey. Whilst these factors have been shown to promote co-existence in well-studied, co-evolved predator and prey pairs, there has been a lack of applied research into how predator-prey theory fits when predators are introduced species. Understanding the mechanisms behind the success, or lack of, by native species when… CONTINUE READING

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