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Lisa Buche
Lisa Buche
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Non‐random interactions within and across guilds shape the potential to coexist in multi‐trophic ecological communities
D García‐Callejas, O Godoy, L Buche, M Hurtado, JB Lanuza, ...
Ecology Letters, 2023
82023
Niche differences, not fitness differences, explain predicted coexistence across ecological groups
L Buche, JW Spaak, J Jarillo, F De Laender
Journal of Ecology 110 (11), 2785-2796, 2022
82022
Multitrophic higher-order interactions modulate species persistence
L Buche, I Bartomeus, O Godoy
The American Naturalist 203 (4), 000-000, 2024
12024
829 From raw data to publication: Introducing data editing at Ecology Letters Peter H. Thrall, Jonathan Chase, John Drake, Nathalie Espuno, Stephane Hello, Vanessa Ezenwa …
H Muller-Landau, D García-Callejas, O Godoy, L Buche, M Hurtado, ...
2023
Niche and fitness differences across environmental conditions and ecosystem types
L Buche, F De Laender
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