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Machine learning algorithms to infer trait-matching and predict species interactions in ecological networks

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Pichler, Maximilian ; Boreux, V. ; Klein, A.-M. ; Hartig, Florian
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 28 Feb 2020 12:14

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Ecologists have long suspected that species are more likely to interact if their traits match in a particular way. For example, a pollination interaction may be more likely if the proportions of a bee's tongue fit a plant's flower shape. Empirical estimates of the importance of trait‐matching for determining species interactions, however, vary significantly among different types of ecological ...


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