Co-occurrence patterns of Bornean vertebrates suggest competitive exclusion is strongest among distantly related species
Assessing the importance of deterministic processes in structuring ecological communities is a central focus of community ecology. Typically, community ecologists study a single taxonomic group, which precludes detection of potentially important biotic in
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