Spatial Geographic Mosaic in an Aquatic Predator-Prey Network

@inproceedings{ChavesCampos2011SpatialGM,
  title={Spatial Geographic Mosaic in an Aquatic Predator-Prey Network},
  author={Johel Chaves-Campos and Steven G. Johnson and C Darrin Hulsey},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
The geographic mosaic theory of coevolution predicts 1) spatial variation in predatory structures as well as prey defensive traits, and 2) trait matching in some areas and trait mismatching in others mediated by gene flow. We examined gene flow and documented spatial variation in crushing resistance in the freshwater snails Mexipyrgus churinceanus, Mexithauma quadripaludium, Nymphophilus minckleyi, and its relationship to the relative frequency of the crushing morphotype in the trophically… CONTINUE READING
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