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Enemy-mediated apparent competition: empirical patterns and the evidence

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Apparent competition arises when two victim species negatively affect each other (-, -) by enhancing the equilibrium density or changing the foraging behaviour of a shared natural enemy. Shared enemies can also mediate non-reciprocal (-, 0) indirect effects, i.e. indirect amensalism, whenever one prey species is not affected by the presence of alternative prey. We review 34 studies on terrestrial and freshwater systems to evaluate the extent to which apparent competition has been perceived as...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Zoology
Role:
Author
Journal:
OIKOS
Volume:
88
Issue:
2
Pages:
380-394
Publication date:
2000-02-05
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EISSN:
1600-0706
ISSN:
0030-1299
URN:
uuid:14a82dae-f0ad-40af-bb42-a8666d441820
Source identifiers:
210064
Local pid:
pubs:210064
Language:
English

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