Salamander evolution across a latitudinal cline in gape-limited predation risk

  title={Salamander evolution across a latitudinal cline in gape-limited predation risk},
  author={Mark C Urban},
General predictions of community dynamics require that insights derived from local habitats can be scaled up to explain phenomena across geographic scales. Across these larger spatial extents, adaptation can play an increasing role in determining the outcome of species interactions. If local adaptation is common, then our ability to generalize measures of species interaction strength across communities will be limited without an additional understanding of the genetic variation underlying… CONTINUE READING


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