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Species interactions, such as pollination, parasitism and predation, form the basis of functioning ecosystems. The origins and resilience of such interactions therefore merit attention. However, fossils only occasionally document ancient interactions, and phylogenetic methods are blind to recent interactions. Is there some other way to track shared species experiences? "Comparative demography" examines when pairs of species jointly thrived or declined. By forging links between ecology,doi:10.1016/j.meegid.2020.104441 pmid:32622083 pmcid:PMC7327472 fatcat:fu6przuw4fcp7ooyvxqaiirpqq