Eco-Evolutionary Buffering: Rapid Evolution Facilitates Regional Species Coexistence despite Local Priority Effects

Wittmann M, Fukami T (2018)
The American Naturalist 191(6): E171-E184.

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Wittmann M, Fukami T. Eco-Evolutionary Buffering: Rapid Evolution Facilitates Regional Species Coexistence despite Local Priority Effects. The American Naturalist. 2018;191(6):E171-E184.
Wittmann, M., & Fukami, T. (2018). Eco-Evolutionary Buffering: Rapid Evolution Facilitates Regional Species Coexistence despite Local Priority Effects. The American Naturalist, 191(6), E171-E184. doi:10.1086/697187
Wittmann, M., and Fukami, T. (2018). Eco-Evolutionary Buffering: Rapid Evolution Facilitates Regional Species Coexistence despite Local Priority Effects. The American Naturalist 191, E171-E184.
Wittmann, M., & Fukami, T., 2018. Eco-Evolutionary Buffering: Rapid Evolution Facilitates Regional Species Coexistence despite Local Priority Effects. The American Naturalist, 191(6), p E171-E184.
M. Wittmann and T. Fukami, “Eco-Evolutionary Buffering: Rapid Evolution Facilitates Regional Species Coexistence despite Local Priority Effects”, The American Naturalist, vol. 191, 2018, pp. E171-E184.
Wittmann, M., Fukami, T.: Eco-Evolutionary Buffering: Rapid Evolution Facilitates Regional Species Coexistence despite Local Priority Effects. The American Naturalist. 191, E171-E184 (2018).
Wittmann, Meike, and Fukami, Tadashi. “Eco-Evolutionary Buffering: Rapid Evolution Facilitates Regional Species Coexistence despite Local Priority Effects”. The American Naturalist 191.6 (2018): E171-E184.
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