A conceptual framework for associational effects: when do neighbors matter and how would we know?


Interactions between individual consumer and resource organisms can be modified by neighbors, e.g., when herbivory depends on the identity or diversity of neighboring plants. Effects of neighbors on consumer-resource interactions ("associational effects") occur in many systems, including plant-herbivore interactions, predator-prey interactions (mimicry… (More)

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