Do developmental mode and dispersal shape abundance-occupancy relationships in marine macroinvertebrates?

@article{Foggo2007DoDM,
  title={Do developmental mode and dispersal shape abundance-occupancy relationships in marine macroinvertebrates?},
  author={Andrew Foggo and David T. Bilton and Simon D Rundle},
  journal={The Journal of animal ecology},
  year={2007},
  volume={76 4},
  pages={695-702}
}
1. Dispersal is a crucial process in maintaining population structures in many organisms, and is hypothesized as a process underlying the interspecific relationship between abundance and distribution. Here we examined whether there was a link between the dispersal and developmental modes of marine macroinvertebrates and the slopes and elevations of interspecific abundance-occupancy relationships. We predicted that if within-site retention of larvae ranks in the order brooders > lecithotrophs… CONTINUE READING
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