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Partner fidelity and asymmetric specialization in ecological networks
AbstractSpecies are embedded in complex networks of interdependencies that may change across geographic locations. Yet most approaches to investigate the architecture of this entangled web of life have considered exclusively local communities. To quantify to what extent species interactions change at a biogeographic scale, we need to shed light on how among-community variation affects the occurrence of species interactions. Here we quantify the probability for two partners to interact whereverdoi:10.1086/709961 pmid:32813994 fatcat:43e76yunwbggdlfn5544e6s5ru