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  • When is general wariness favored in avoiding multiple predator types? 

    Brilot, BO; Bateson, M; Nettle, D; Whittingham, MJ; Read, JC (United States, 2012-06-06)
    Adaptive responses to predation are generally studied assuming only one predator type exists, but most prey species are depredated by multiple types. When multiple types occur, the optimal antipredator response level may ...

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