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Diversity-Dependence, Ecological Speciation, and the Role of Competition in Macroevolution

Variation in the rate of species diversification underlies many large-scale patterns in the organization of biological diversity. Here, I explore the phenomenon of diversity-dependent diversification and its contribution to differential species proliferation in time and space. Diversity-dependence c... Full description

Journal Title: Annual review of ecology evolution, and systematics, 2013-01-01, Vol.44 (1), p.481-502
Main Author: Rabosky, Daniel L.
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title: Diversity-Dependence, Ecological Speciation, and the Role of Competition in Macroevolution
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  • Biological taxonomies
  • Ecological competition
  • Ecological genetics
  • Evolution
  • Extinct species
  • Extinction
  • Fossils
  • Marine ecology
  • Origin of species
  • Phylogenetics
  • Population ecology
  • Research
  • Speciation
  • Species
  • Species extinction
  • Topical Reviews
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description: Variation in the rate of species diversification underlies many large-scale patterns in the organization of biological diversity. Here, I explore the phenomenon of diversity-dependent diversification and its contribution to differential species proliferation in time and space. Diversity-dependence can be a pattern of asymptotic diversity change through time as well as a process by which interspecific competition influences the dynamics of speciation and extinction. I review the evidence for diversity-dependence as revealed by phylogenies and fossils and discuss the close relationship between diversity-dependence and Darwin's proposed mechanism for the origin of species. An emerging body of research suggests that diversity-dependence contributes to the formation and persistence of incipient species and raises new questions about the meaning of ecological speciation. Diversity-dependence provides a conceptual framework for unifying biodiversity patterns across scales that vary by many orders of magnitude, from the dynamics of geographic range evolution to speciation and adaptive radiation.
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