Dynamics and coexistence in a system with intraguild mutualism

@inproceedings{Assaneo2013DynamicsAC,
  title={Dynamics and coexistence in a system with intraguild mutualism},
  author={Florencia Assaneo and Renato Coutinho and Yangchen Lin and Carlos B. Mantilla and Frithjof Lutscher},
  year={2013}
}
It is a tenet of ecological theory that two competing consumers cannot stably coexist on a single limiting resource in a homogeneous environment. Many mechanisms and processes have since been evoked and studied, empirically and theoretically, to explain species coexistence and the observed biological diversity. Facilitative interactions clearly have the potential to enhance coexistence. Yet, even though mutual facilitation between species of the same guild is widely documented empirically, the… CONTINUE READING
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