Interspecific Competition Examples?


One of the most well known examples of interspecific competition in the ocean is sponges and corals competing for the same space. Another is fish and shrimp competing for plankton. Algae in the ocean also compete for sunlight.
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Intraspecific competition occurs when members of the same species
Interspecific competition occurs when a resource that two species share is limited. Interspecific competition negatively effects both species. An example of interspecific competition
A good example happening as we speak/type in the eastern U.S. is competition between the expanding coyote population and fox populations (both the native grey fox and the non-native
Trees often compete for sunlight in the rainforest, as the canopy is so thick, it's hard to get enough sunlight to photosynthesise on the ground. This is why some plants have developed
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