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Building a better frog trap: The benefits of mal-adaptive habitat choice for metapopulations with different life history strategies

bioRxiv

Apr 15, 2014

Rosemary Hartman, Noam Ross

Abstract

By spatially distributing offspring among several habitat patches in varying environments, an organism can “hedge its bets” to protect against bad conditions in any single patch. This strategy can maintain populations even when some or even all locations are, on average, population sink...read more

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Rana cascadae
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Rana pustulosa
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TNF Receptor-associated Periodic Fever Syndrome (TRAPS)
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Building a better frog trap: The benefits of mal-adaptive habitat choice for metapopulations with different life history strategies

bioRxiv

Apr 15, 2014

Rosemary Hartman, Noam Ross

PMID: 990004226

DOI: 10.1101/004226

Abstract

By spatially distributing offspring among several habitat patches in varying environments, an organism can “hedge its bets” to protect against bad conditions in any single patch. This strategy can maintain populations even when some or even all locations are, on average, population sink...read more

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Rana cascadae
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Rana pustulosa
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TNF Receptor-associated Periodic Fever Syndrome (TRAPS)
Habitat
5
9

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