Data from: Generation and maintenance of predation hotspots of a functionally important herbivore in a patchy habitat mosaic

Farina S, Oltra A, Boada J, Bartumeus F, Romero J, Alcoverro T

Date Published: September 27, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.jc6b0

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Title dataset of Generation and maintenance of predation hotspots of a functionally important herbivore in a patchy habitat mosaic
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Description Data file contains values for each patch of the accumulated predation rate after 5 days and 10 days of the experiment (response variable) and of the attributes at patch and landscape levels (z-score of HSA) used as predictor in the Multi-model averaging selection. Bold numbers evidence patches where high aggregations of predation risk occurred (predation hotspots).
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Farina S, Oltra A, Boada J, Bartumeus F, Romero J, Alcoverro T (2017) Generation and maintenance of predation hotspots of a functionally important herbivore in a patchy habitat mosaic. Functional Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12985

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Farina S, Oltra A, Boada J, Bartumeus F, Romero J, Alcoverro T (2017) Data from: Generation and maintenance of predation hotspots of a functionally important herbivore in a patchy habitat mosaic. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.jc6b0
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