Swimming with the giant: coexistence patterns of a new redfin minnow Pseudobarbus skeltoni from a global biodiversity hot spot

@article{Kadye2016SwimmingWT,
  title={Swimming with the giant: coexistence patterns of a new redfin minnow Pseudobarbus skeltoni from a global biodiversity hot spot},
  author={Wilbert T Kadye and A. Chakona and Martine S. Jordaan},
  journal={Ecology and Evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={6},
  pages={7141 - 7155}
}
Abstract Ecological niche theory predicts that coexistence is facilitated by resource partitioning mechanisms that are influenced by abiotic and biotic interactions. Alternative hypotheses suggest that under certain conditions, species may become phenotypically similar and functionally equivalent, which invokes the possibility of other mechanisms, such as habitat filtering processes. To test these hypotheses, we examined the coexistence of the giant redfin Pseudobarbus skeltoni, a newly… Expand
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