Contrasts between habitat generalists and specialists: an empirical extension to the basic metacommunity framework.

@article{Pandit2009ContrastsBH,
  title={Contrasts between habitat generalists and specialists: an empirical extension to the basic metacommunity framework.},
  author={Shubha N. Pandit and Jurek Kolasa and Karl Cottenie},
  journal={Ecology},
  year={2009},
  volume={90 8},
  pages={2253-62}
}
Emergence of the metacommunity concept has made a substantial contribution to better understanding of the community composition and dynamics in a regional context. However, long-term field data for testing of available metacommunity models are still scarce, and the extent to which these models apply to the real world remains unknown. Tests conducted so far have largely sought to fit data on the entire regional set of species to one of several metacommunity models, implicitly assuming that all… CONTINUE READING
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