Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics: Community Consequences of (Mal)Adaptation

@article{Hendry2013EcoEvolutionaryDC,
  title={Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics: Community Consequences of (Mal)Adaptation},
  author={Andrew P. Hendry},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={23},
  pages={R869-R871}
}
Contemporary evolution can shape ecological dynamics at population, community and ecosystem levels. Innovative new experiments with walking sticks confirm this expectation by showing that adaptation to predatory birds has large effects on walking stick population sizes, arthropod communities and herbivory. 
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