How many potential prey species account for the bulk of the diet of mammalian predators? Implications for stable isotope paleodietary analyses
Version of Record online: 13 FEB 2008
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Journal of Zoology
Volume 275, Issue 1, pages 9–17, May 2008
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Pérez-Claros, J. A. and Palmqvist, P. (2008), How many potential prey species account for the bulk of the diet of mammalian predators? Implications for stable isotope paleodietary analyses. Journal of Zoology, 275: 9–17. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-7998.2007.00401.x
- Issue online: 13 FEB 2008
- Version of Record online: 13 FEB 2008
- Received 7 September 2007; accepted 9 November 2007
Appendix S1. Data sources used in this study. N refers to the number of scats or kills (with asterisk) analyzed. Data type refers to the information reported in the corresponding bibliographic source (BM: percentage of biomass, FO: frequency of occurrence, PV: percentage of volume, K: percentage of kills). Asterisks in the correction factor refer to percentage of carcass utilization and the symbol † indicates a modification of the correction formula (see text). %BM is the cumulative percentage of dietary contribution in biomass of the three prey more consumed by each hypercarnivore.
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