Environmental heterogeneity, dispersal mode, and co-occurrence in stream macroinvertebrates

@inproceedings{Heino2013EnvironmentalHD,
  title={Environmental heterogeneity, dispersal mode, and co-occurrence in stream macroinvertebrates},
  author={J. K. Heino},
  booktitle={Ecology and evolution},
  year={2013}
}
Both environmental heterogeneity and mode of dispersal may affect species co-occurrence in metacommunities. Aquatic invertebrates were sampled in 20-30 streams in each of three drainage basins, differing considerably in environmental heterogeneity. Each drainage basin was further divided into two equally sized sets of sites, again differing profoundly in environmental heterogeneity. Benthic invertebrate data were divided into three groups of taxa based on overland dispersal modes: passive… CONTINUE READING
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