Natural and human-induced dynamics in plant–animal mutualistic networks
Species interactions are an integral part of ecological communities. Collectively, these interactions form complex and highly dynamic networks. The structure of these networks varies due to geographic and temporal variation in the abundance and co-occurrence of interacting species and due to species...
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