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Stable coexistence in insect communities due to density- and trait-mediated indirect effects

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Stable coexistence in insect communities due to density- and trait-mediated indirect effects

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_219009268

Stable coexistence in insect communities due to density- and trait-mediated indirect effects

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Stable coexistence in insect communities due to density- and trait-mediated indirect effects

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Stable coexistence in insect communities due to density- and trait-mediated indirect effects

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Washington, DC: Ecology Society of America

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Ecology (Durham), 2005, Vol.86 (12), p.3182-3189

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_219009268

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English

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Washington, DC: Ecology Society of America

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Density-mediated and trait-mediated indirect interactions between species may have important roles in structuring ecological communities. Here we dissect their contributions to community stability in a model herbivore-natural enemy interaction consisting of two aphid species (Acyrthosiphon pisum and Megoura viciae) and a specialist parasitoid (Aphi...

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Stable coexistence in insect communities due to density- and trait-mediated indirect effects

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_219009268

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0012-9658

E-ISSN

1939-9170

DOI

10.1890/04-1590

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