Density dependence and fighting in species with indeterminate growth: A test in a fiddler crab
Many forms of selection are density dependent. It is often assumed that all individuals of a given sex compete for the same resources, but in many species different types of individuals (e.g. morphs or body sizes) compete for different resources. Selectio
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