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Both prey and predator features predict the individual predation risk and survival of schooling prey

Both prey and predator features predict the individual predation risk and survival of schooling prey

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JOLLES, Jolle Wolter, Matthew M. G. SOSNA, Geoffrey P. F. MAZUÉ, Colin R. TWOMEY, Joseph BAK-COLEMAN, Daniel I. RUBENSTEIN, Iain D. COUZIN, 2022. Both prey and predator features predict the individual predation risk and survival of schooling prey. In: eLife. eLife Sciences Publications. 11, e76344. eISSN 2050-084X. Available under: doi: 10.7554/eLife.76344

@article{Jolles2022-07-19preda-58125, title={Both prey and predator features predict the individual predation risk and survival of schooling prey}, year={2022}, doi={10.7554/eLife.76344}, volume={11}, journal={eLife}, author={Jolles, Jolle Wolter and Sosna, Matthew M. G. and Mazué, Geoffrey P. F. and Twomey, Colin R. and Bak-Coleman, Joseph and Rubenstein, Daniel I. and Couzin, Iain D.}, note={Article Number: e76344} }

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