Simon W. Doxford, Mark K. J. Ooi and Robert P. Freckleton Spatial and temporal variability in positive and negative plant–bryophyte interactions along a latitudinal gradient Journal of Ecology 101
This study shows that there may be extreme spatio-temporal variation in the strength and direction of plant–bryophyte interactions along environmental gradients, with substantial changes in their impact over a short time period. Our results suggest that the Stress Gradient Hypothesis may operate within and along gradients, as well as inter-annually. This may therefore play a role in buffering plant population dynamics.
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