Spatial separation without territoriality in shark communities

@inproceedings{Papastamatiou2018SpatialSW,
  title={Spatial separation without territoriality in shark communities},
  author={Yannis P Papastamatiou and Thomas W Bodey and Alan M Friedlander and Christopher G. Lowe and Darcy E. Bradley and Kevin C Weng and Victoria Priestley and Jennifer E Caselle},
  year={2018}
}
Spatial separation within predator communities can arise via territoriality but also from competitive interactions among and within species. However, linking competitive interactions to predator distribution patterns is difficult and theoretical models predict different habitat selection patterns dependent on habitat quality and how competition manifests itself. While models generally consider competitors to be either equal in ability, or for one phenotype to have a fixed advantage over the… CONTINUE READING
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