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Appendix C. Detailed results of consumed crabs from experiment 1.
Fig. C1. The total number of crabs eaten in treatments (A), in the ‘all prey’ treatment (B), and the biomass of crabs eaten in each treatment (C) in experiment 1. The biomass was calculated by multiplying each crab in each size category by the average biomass found for that size (Table A1). Boxplots show inner two quartiles within box and whiskers extent to 1.5 times the respective inner quartile. The line through the box, cross, and dots indicate median, mean, and outliers, respectively.
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