New Zealand falcon prey selection may not be driven by preference based on prey nutritional content (2018)
Type of ContentJournal Article
PublisherNew Zealand Ecological Society
- Science: Journal Articles 
CitationKross SM, Tait A, Raubenheimer D, Nelson XJ (2018). New Zealand falcon prey selection may not be driven by preference based on prey nutritional content. New Zealand Journal of Ecology. 42(1). 58-64.
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Keywordsdiet; Falco novaeseelandiae; foraging behaviour; nutritional geometry; prey choice
ANZSRC Fields of Research31 - Biological sciences::3109 - Zoology::310901 - Animal behaviour
31 - Biological sciences::3109 - Zoology::310907 - Animal physiological ecology
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