Data from: Applying modern coexistence theory to priority effects

Tess Nahanni Grainger, Andrew D. Letten, Benjamin Gilbert & Tadashi Fukami
Modern coexistence theory is increasingly used to explain how differences between competing species lead to coexistence versus competitive exclusion. Although research testing this theory has focused on deterministic cases of competitive exclusion, in which the same species always wins, mounting evidence suggests that competitive exclusion is often historically contingent, such that whichever species happens to arrive first excludes the other. Coexistence theory predicts that historically contingent exclusion, known as priority effects, will occur when large...
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