Data from: Species coexistence through simultaneous fluctuation-dependent mechanisms

Andrew D. Letten, Manpreet K. Dhami, Po-Ju Ke & Tadashi Fukami
Understanding the origins and maintenance of biodiversity remains one of biology's grand challenges. From theory and observational evidence we know that variability in environmental conditions through time is likely critical to the coexistence of competing species. Nevertheless, strong experimental tests of fluctuation-driven coexistence are rare, and have typically focused on just one of two potential mechanisms, the temporal storage effect, to the neglect of the theoretically equally plausible mechanism known as relatively nonlinearity of competition....
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