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Adaptive Dispersal Strategies and the Dynamics of a Range Expansion
In species undergoing range expansion, newly established populations are often more dispersive than older populations. Because dispersal phenotypes are complex and often costly, it is unclear how highly dispersive phenotypes are maintained in a species to enable their rapid expression during periods of range expansion. Here I test the idea that metapopulation dynamics of local extinction and recolonization maintain distinct dispersal strategies outside the context of range expansion. Westerndoi:10.1086/588289 pmid:18554143 fatcat:yi4ke7aq6redvoxfdyf4yt5cha