Landscape and local effects on multiparasitoid coexistence

@inproceedings{Lszl2013LandscapeAL,
  title={Landscape and local effects on multiparasitoid coexistence},
  author={Zolt{\'a}n L{\'a}szl{\'o} and B{\'e}la T{\'o}thm{\'e}r{\'e}sz},
  year={2013}
}
1. When resources are spatially fragmented, strength of competition between species is diminished by alternative patterns of resource use and parasitoids of the same host species become potential competitors. The coexistence of competing species in spatially fragmented habitats may be achieved, however, due to niche partitioning and alternative responses to patch characteristics. To evaluate responses to resource patterns facilitating coexistence, we examined the resource use patterns of four… CONTINUE READING
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