Foraging and vulnerability traits modify predator–prey body mass allometry: freshwater macroinvertebrates as a case study

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The authors find that the strength of predator–prey interactions depends not only on predator and prey body size but also on their foraging and vulnerability traits. These results imply that the inclusion of the commonly available qualitative data on species traits could substantially increase biological realism of food web descriptions.

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