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Production of diapausing eggs in many zooplankton species occurs after partial switching from parthenogenesis to sexual reproduction. Storage effect theory predicts the stable long-term coexistence of competitors investing in diapausing stages, but it does not address the effect of such investment on short-term coexistence. The freshwater rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus and the cladoceran Moina micrura were used in this study to test experimentally if diapause could promote coexistence ofdoi:10.1093/plankt/fbu034 fatcat:hspkogtszbbxbbuf5zvqzqkp7a