May 8, 2017

Recent Papers on Predator-Prey Interactions

Seasonally varying predation behavior and climate shifts are predicted to affect predator-prey cycles
Rebecca Tyson1and Frithjof Lutscher

Michael H. Cortez

Choosy cannibals preferentially consume siblings with relatively low fitness prospects
Matthew B. Dugas, Larkin McCormack, Alice Gadau, and Ryan A. Martin

Historical Comment
Revisiting Paine’s 1966 Sea Star Removal Experiment, the Most-Cited Empirical Article in the American Naturalist
Kevin D. Lafferty and Thomas H. Suchanek

Mimicry among Unequally Defended Prey Should Be Mutualistic When Predators Sample Optimally
Thomas G. Aubier, Mathieu Joron, and Thomas N. Sherratt
Lay summary: http://amnat.org/an/newpapers/MarAubier.html

Does Cohistory Constrain Information Use? Evidence for Generalized Risk Assessment in Nonnative Prey
Emily W. Grason
Lay summaryhttp://amnat.org/an/newpapers/MarGrason.html

Behavioral Hypervolumes of Predator Groups and Predator-Predator Interactions Shape Prey Survival Rates and Selection on Prey Behavior
Jonathan N. Pruitt, Kimberly A. Howell, Shaniqua J. Gladney, Yusan Yang, James L. L. Lichtenstein, Michelle Elise Spicer, Sebastian A. Echeverri, and Noa Pinter-Wollman

Fear Mediates Trophic Cascades: Nonconsumptive Effects of Predators Drive Aquatic Ecosystem Function
Crasso Paulo B. Breviglieri, Paulo S. Oliveira, and Gustavo Q. Romero
Lay summary: http://amnat.org/an/newpapers/MayBrevigl.html

Natural History Note
Ecological Release from Aquatic Predation Is Associated with the Emergence of Marine Blenny Fishes onto Land
Terry J. Ord, Thomas C. Summers, Mae M. Noble, and Christopher J. Fulton
Lay summary: http://amnat.org/an/newpapers/MayOrd.html