Fig. 9.14.

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Higher order predators, such as the Brush-tailed Mulgara (Dasycercus blythi), are important in maintaining diversity in lower trophic levels that are present in the ecosystem. They do this by maintaining ‘landscapes of fear’ that prevent other species from becoming dominant and thus provide opportunities for more small species to co-occur. Source: David Nelson.
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