Grasshopper species’ seasonal timing underlies shifts in community phenological overlap in response to climate gradients, variability, and change

César Nufio, Stuart Graham & Lauren Buckley
1. Species with different life histories and communities that vary in their seasonal constraints tend to shift their phenology (seasonal timing) differentially in response to climate warming. 2. We investigate how these variable phenological shifts aggregate to influence phenological overlap within communities. Phenological advancements of later-season species and extended durations of early-season species may increase phenological overlap, with implications for species’ interactions such as resource competition. 3. We leverage extensive historic (1958-1960) and recent (2006-2015)...
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