Data from: The interaction between the spatial distribution of resource patches and population density: consequences for intra-specific growth and morphology

Bailey Jacobson, James W.A. Grant, Pedro R. Peres-Neto & James W. A. Grant
1. How individuals within a population distribute themselves across resource patches of varying quality has been an important focus of ecological theory. The ideal free distribution predicts equal fitness amongst individuals in a 1 : 1 ratio with resources, whereas resource defence theory predicts different degrees of monopolization (fitness variance) as a function of temporal and spatial resource clumping and population density. 2. One overlooked landscape characteristic is the spatial distribution of resource patches, altering...
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