Data from: Effects of intraspecific phenotypic variation on species coexistence

Stephen Hausch, Steven M. Vamosi & Jeremy W. Fox
Intraspecific variation can promote or inhibit species coexistence, both by increasing species' competitive abilities, and by altering the relative strengths of intraspecific and interspecific competition. Effects of intraspecific variation on coexistence can occur via complementarity of different variants, and via a selection effect: initially-variable populations are more likely to contain highly competitive variants that might determine the competitive ability of the population as a whole. We tested the effects of intraspecific variation and composition on...
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