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Within-species relationship of patchiness to both abundance and occupancy, as exemplified by seagrass macrobenthos
For the first time, intraspecific relationships between the macroecological metrics patchiness (P) and both abundance (A) and occupancy (O) were investigated in a faunal assemblage. As a companion study to recent work on interspecific P, A and O patterns at the same localities, intraspecific patterns were documented within each of the more dominant invertebrates forming the seagrass macrobenthos of warm-temperate Knysna estuarine bay (South Africa) and of sub-tropical Moreton Bay (Australia).doi:10.17863/cam.72529 fatcat:vvrbdj5cc5gkzhfdo2pb6plcnu