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Correction to: An eco-evolutionary system with naturally bounded traits

  • Roger CroppEmail author
  • John Norbury
Correction

Correction to: Theoretical Ecology

  https://doi.org/10.1007/s12080-019-0407-6

The original version of this article unfortunately contains an incorrect panel (b) in Fig. 1 introduced during the production process. The correct Fig. 1 is shown next page:
Fig. 1

Ecospace diagrams illustrating the initial conditions (blue dots) and stable invasion outcomes (black dots) under ecological theory used for the four scenarios: a competitive exclusion—either x1 or x2 could survive depending on initial conditions, but for this initial condition x1 will survive and x2 will fail to invade; b competitive exclusion—R theory predicts that x1 will win and x2 will go extinct; c competitive exclusion—R theory predicts that x2 will win and x1 will go extinct; d competitive coexistence—both populations survive but x1 will dominate in non-adaptive scenarios. The lines are zero isoclines, the dots are stable (black) or unstable (white) equilibriums or initial conditions (blue). The vector field (blue arrows) show how the system changes in time. The initial population values have x1 set to its carrying capacity (i.e. \( {x}_1^{\ast }={K}_1={r}_1/{a}_{11} \)) and \( {x}_2^{\ast }=0.05 \). Technically, R is only relevant to panels b and c, but we will use the term generically to mean the outcome of non-evolutionary competition. (See Table 1 for parameter values)

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Griffith School of EnvironmentGriffith UniversityNathanAustralia
  2. 2.Mathematical InstituteUniversity of OxfordOxfordUK

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