Single- or multistage regulation in complex life cycles : does it make a difference?

@inproceedings{Hellriegel2000SingleOM,
  title={Single- or multistage regulation in complex life cycles : does it make a difference?},
  author={Barbara Hellriegel},
  year={2000}
}
Data on the different stages of complex life cycles are often rather unbalanced, especially those concerning the effects of density. How does this affect our understanding of a species’ population dynamics? Two discrete three-stage models with overlapping generations and delayed maturation are constructed to address this question. They assume that survival or emigration in any life stage and/or reproduction can be density dependent. A typical pond-breeding amphibian species with a well-studied… CONTINUE READING

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