ZoologyIn the absence of a superior competing species, the inferior species has greater distributional range. This explains

In the absence of a superior competing species, the inferior species has greater distributional range. This explains

  1. A

     Connell’s competitive release

  2. B

    Gause’s competitive exclusion  

  3. C

    Mac Arthur’s resource partitioning

  4. D

    Paul Ehrlich’s rivet popper hypothesis  

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    In the absence of the superior Balanus the inferior species Chathamalus has greater distributional range in the intertidal region.  

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