Trophic roles of the top predator in each food web from our 66 sampled sites, along with example species in each group, classified according to increasing trophic level.

M. Warfe, Danielle; Jardine, Timothy D.; E. Pettit, Neil; K. Hamilton, Stephen; J. Pusey, Bradley; E. Bunn, Stuart; M. Davies, Peter; M. Douglas, Michael;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0066240.t002
  • Subject: Biological Sciences | ecology | Community Ecology | Energy flow | Food web structure | Ecological environments | Freshwater environments | Ecological metrics | Productivity (ecology) | biota | ecosystems | Freshwater ecology | theoretical ecology | 66 | sampled | classified | trophic

<p>Taxon (macroinvertebrate (n = 4) or fish (n = 23)), habit, morphology, and observational data contributed to defining trophic classes, but designation was largely based on published summaries of gut contents <a href=" View more
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