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1. Data from: Insects on plants: explaining the paradox of low diversity within specialist herbivore guilds
2019. Novotny, Vojtech, Miller, Scott E., Hrcek, Jan, Baje, Leontine, Basset, Yves, Lewis, Owen T., Stewart, Alan J. A., and Weiblen, George D. Classical niche theory explains the coexistence of species through their exploitation of different resources. Assemblages of herbivores coexisting ... The American Naturalist. University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Smithsonian Institution, New Guinea Binatang Research Center, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, University of Oxford, University of Sussex, and University of Minnesota.
2. Data from: Quantitative genetics of a carotenoid-based color: heritability and persistent natal environmental effects in the great tit
2019. Evans, Simon Robin, Sheldon, Ben C., and Evans, Simon R. The information content of signals, such as animal coloration, depends on the extent to which variation reflects underlying biological processes. A... The American Naturalist. University of Oxford.
3. Data from: Spatial structure and interspecific cooperation: theory and an empirical test using the mycorrhizal mutualism
2019. Verbruggen, Erik, El Mouden, Claire, Jansa, Jan, Akkermans, Geert, Bücking, Heike, West, Stuart A., and Kiers, E. Toby. Explaining mutualistic cooperation between species remains a major challenge for evolutionary biology. Why cooperate if defection potentially reaps... The American Naturalist. VU University Amsterdam, University of Oxford, and South Dakota State University.