Data from: Predators indirectly induce stronger prey through a trophic cascade

Spyksma A, Shears N, Taylor R

Date Published: October 11, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2815c

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Description This file contains three datasets which were used in the analysis of the manuscript: 1) data on crushing resistance, test thickness and spine length for sea urchins collected inside and outside of marine reserves in north-eastern New Zealand, 2) data on crushing resistance, test thickness and spine length for juvenile sea urchins within the 6 month mesocosm experiment and, 3) porosity data collected from individuals examined under a scanning electron microscope.
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