Nest Predation Deviates from Nest Predator Abundance in an Ecologically Trapped Bird.
Franck A Hollander
Hans Van Dyck
Gilles San Martin
- Publisher: Public Library of Science (PLoS)
(issn: 1932-6203, eissn: 1932-6203)
Research Article | Habitats | 3123 | Predation | Medicine | Birds | Forests | Q | R | QH301 | Clutches | Farms | Science | Forest ecology | Animal sexual behavior
In human-modified environments, ecological traps may result from a preference for low-quality habitat where survival or reproductive success is lower than in high-quality habitat. It has often been shown that low reproductive success for birds in preferred habitat types...