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Divided They Stay : Species Coexistence In A Community Of Mutualists And Exploiters
The fig–fig wasp interaction is a classic example of obligate mutualism and coevolution. It is also a nursery pollination mutualism and supports a diversity of exploiter/parasite/non-pollinating fig wasp species. Mutualists ...
Ants, Figs, Fig Wasps : The Chemical Ecology Of A Multitrophic System
Plant–animal interaction systems are complex food webs where the members—plants, pollinators, herbivores, parasites and predators of the pollinators/herbivores—interact with each other in ways which maximize their own ...