Interspecific competition between native Eurasian red squirrels and alien grey squirrels: does resource partitioning occur?

@article{Wauters2002InterspecificCB,
  title={Interspecific competition between native Eurasian red squirrels and alien grey squirrels: does resource partitioning occur?},
  author={L. Wauters and J. Gurnell and A. Martinoli and G. Tosi},
  journal={Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={52},
  pages={332-341}
}
Abstract. In heterogeneous environments, differential niche selection by two competing species will result in niche partitioning so that individuals of each species can maximise their fitness under different sets of environmental variables. Thus, niche partitioning is considered essential to allow co-existence of ecologically related species. To assess whether niche partitioning was occurring between native red squirrels and alien grey squirrels living together in a 13-ha high-quality mixed… Expand

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