Habitat shape, metapopulation processes and the dynamics of multispecies predator-prey interactions.

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1. The effects of habitat shape, connectivity and the metapopulation processes of persistence and extinction are explored in a multispecies resource-consumer interaction. 2. The spatial dynamics of the indirect interaction between two prey species (Callosobruchus chinensis, Callosobruchus maculatus) and a predator (Anisopteromalus calandrae) are… (More)

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@article{Bull2006HabitatSM, title={Habitat shape, metapopulation processes and the dynamics of multispecies predator-prey interactions.}, author={James C. Bull and Nicola J Pickup and Michael P. Hassell and Michael B. Bonsall}, journal={The Journal of animal ecology}, year={2006}, volume={75 4}, pages={899-907} }