Within-individual trophic variability drives short-term intraspecific trait variation in natural populations

Camille Musseau, Simone Vincenzi, Frédéric Santoul, Stéphanie Boulêtreau, Dusan Jesensek & Alain Crivelli
1. Intra-specific trait variability (ITV) maintains functional diversity in populations and communities, and plays a crucial role in ecological and evolutionary processes such as trophic cascades or speciation. Furthermore, functional variation within a species and its populations can help buffer against harmful environmental changes. Trait variability within species can be observed from differences among populations, and between- and within individuals. In animals, ITV can be driven by ontogeny, the environment in which populations live, and...
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