Data from: Foraging modality and plasticity in foraging traits determine the strength of competitive interactions among carnivorous plants, spiders, and toads

Jennings DE, Krupa JJ, Rohr JR

Date Published: April 27, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m23g6

 

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Title Spider prey consumption and trait response data
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Description Data collected from funnel-web-building wolf spiders (Sosippus floridanus) in laboratory mesocosms. Units of measurement are: web area (cm2), web height (cm), difference in trichome density (number of trichomes/cm2), difference in trapping area (cm2), and sum trapping area (cm2).
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Title Sundew prey consumption and trait response data
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Description Data collected from pink sundews (Drosera capillaris) in laboratory mesocosms. Units of measurement are: web area (cm2), web height (cm), difference in trichome density (number of trichomes/cm2), difference in trapping area (cm2), and sum trapping area (cm2).
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Title Toad prey consumption and trait response data
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Description Data collected from oak toads (Anaxyrus quercicus) in laboratory mesocosms. Units of measurement are: web area (cm2), web height (cm), toad growth (g), difference in trichome density (number of trichomes/cm2), difference in trapping area (cm2), and sum trapping area (cm2).
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Jennings DE, Krupa JJ, Rohr JR (2016) Foraging modality and plasticity in foraging traits determine the strength of competitive interactions among carnivorous plants, spiders, and toads. Journal of Animal Ecology 85(4): 973–981. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12526

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Jennings DE, Krupa JJ, Rohr JR (2016) Data from: Foraging modality and plasticity in foraging traits determine the strength of competitive interactions among carnivorous plants, spiders, and toads. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.m23g6
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