New paper: Assessing the potential for intraguild predation among taxonomically disparate micro-carnivores

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Tracking methods shown; (a) a small, non-toxic light stick was secured to the nape of individual Sminthopsis youngsoni to facilitate direct observations
of prey selection, while (b) a square of reflective tape (3×3 mm) was secured to the opisthosoma of captured lycosids (Lycosa spp.) to Q10
facilitate observations and reveal patterns in microhabitat use and prey capture

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