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Multi-species mechanistic model of functional response provides new insights into predator-mediated interactions in a vertebrate community
Prey handling processes are considered a key driver of short-term positive indirect effects between prey sharing the same predator. However, a growing body of research indicates that predators are rarely limited by such processes in the wild. Density-dependent changes in predator foraging behavior can also generate positive indirect effects but they are rarely included as explicit functions of prey densities in functional response models. With the aim of untangling proximate drivers of speciesdoi:10.1101/2021.10.22.464289 fatcat:ejxcu255nzblfngvpgjurfpcqy