Predators like it hot: Thermal mismatch in a predator-prey system across an elevational tropical gradient

Pol Pintanel, Pol Pintanel, Miguel Tejedo, Sofia Salinas-Ivanenko, Phillip Jervis & Andrés Merino-Viteri
Climate change may have dramatic consequences for communities through both direct effects of peak temperatures upon individual species and through interspecific mismatches in thermal sensitivities of interacting organisms which mediate changes in interspecific interactions (i.e. predation). Despite this, there is a paucity of information upon the patterns of spatial physiological sensitivity of interacting species (at both landscape and local scales) which could ultimately influence geographical variation in the effects of climate change upon community processes....
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