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Resource polyphenism increases species richness: a test of the hypothesis
  • D. Pfennig, M. Mcgee
  • Biology
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B…
  • 27 February 2010
A series of replicated sister-group comparisons are presented showing that fishes and amphibian clades in which resource polyphenism has evolved are more species rich, and have broader geographical ranges, than closely related clades lacking resourcepolyphenism.
the hypothesis Resource polyphenism increases species richness : a test of
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