Changes in temperature alter competitive interactions and overall structure of fig wasp communities

Khin Me Me Aung, Huan-Huan Chen, Simon Segar, Yan-Qiong Peng & Cong Liu
1. Organisms exist within ecological networks, connected through interactions such as parasitism, predation and mutualism which can modify their abundance and distribution within habitat patches. Differential species responses make it hard to predict the influence of climate change at the community scale. Understanding the interplay between climate and biotic interactions can improve our predictions of how ecosystems will respond to current global warming. 2. We aim to understand how climate affects the multi-trophic biotic interactions...
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