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Generalized conditions for coexistence of competing parasitoids on a shared host
Motivated by the univoltine life histories of insects residing in the temperate-regions of the world, there is a rich tradition of modeling arthropod host-parasitoid interactions using a discrete-time formalism. We introduce a general class of discrete-time models for capturing the population dynamics of two competing parasitoid species that attack the same vulnerable stage of the host species. These models are characterized by two density-dependent functions: an escape response defined by thedoi:10.1101/2020.12.24.424343 fatcat:geaclita7jcullufx7tpftadqu