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Fatal Competition between Two Bird Species/ Curr. Biol., Jan. 10, 2019 (Vol. 29, Issue 2)

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Published on Jan 10, 2019

Climate change differentially affects the timing of interspecific competitors, and thereby their synchrony. Samplonius and Both report that when great tits and pied flycatchers are more synchronous, this affects the outcome of competition for nest boxes, with more fatalities among flycatchers as a result. This effect was especially strong after mild winters causing higher breeding densities of resident great tits.

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J.M. Samplonius and C. Both (2019). Climate Change May Affect Fatal Competition between Two Bird Species. Curr. Biol. 29.

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